For today’s L.A. luxury condo buyers, there’s more to falling in love with a property than the right floorplan and some high-end features. Increasingly, it’s all about the amenities. And features like pools, on-site gyms, and community rooms aren’t just an afterthought—in some cases, they’re actually driving interest in Westside luxury condos. That’s certainly the case with X67 Lofts’ resort amenities; the condos are now selling in Marina del Rey.
“All across the Southland, there’s a bit of condominium renaissance going on,” said Your Hollywood Hills. Their article titled, “Generation Condo: Is this the next big thing in home ownership?” notes that, “While not exactly new, condos do offer many advantages prized by the next generation of home owners. High on the list of many condo buyers’ priorities is amenities.”
If you want a “chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, in-house Botox and your latte brewed to order before you even ask for it,” you can have it as a renter, at Ten Thousand, a 40-story Westside luxury apartment building straddling Century City and Beverly Hills. Of course, you’ll also have to write a monthly rent check to the tune of $8,500 for the least expensive unit and $25,000 for the most (that’s $102,000 and $300,000 per year, respectively, in case you couldn’t bring yourself to do the math).
It’s what you won’t be getting for that money that might be the most heart-stopping feature: Any potential for equity growth or tax savings. That latte better be gooooood.
That’s just one of the L.A.-area luxury apartments looking to tempt “a wealthy millennial, an international visitor or a bicoastal executive” with a little piece of the Manhattan mystique and “an alternative to a five-star hotel or buying a mansion and hiring a team of servants,” said Investors.
But, keep in mind: “While the $8,500 starting rent at Ten Thousand isn’t unheard of in New York, it’s uncommon in Los Angeles, where a mortgage payment of that amount could pay for a $2.1 million villa with six bedrooms and guesthouse in the Hollywood Hills.” Or, a brand-new Silicon Beach luxury condo with all the features and amenities today’s buyers are looking for—and plenty of money to spare.
Indeed, the desire for resort amenities and upscale features is shining a bright light on luxury condos on the Westside, with projects like X67 Lofts creating a buzz in Marina del Rey. The Westside has some of the most expensive places to rent in Los Angeles, making X67 Lofts’ prices from the $800,000s a revelation.
Condo buyers are also loving the community’s location, within walking distance to the beach, Abbot Kinney, and many of Silicon Beach’s hot tech shops; the upscale features like gourmet kitchens with center islands with eating bar (per plan), KitchenAid® stainless steel appliances, frameless European-style cabinetry, and Caesarstone® countertops; and X67 Lofts’ resort amenities that make you feel like you’re at a resort—or a Manhattan luxury building.
X67 Lofts’ resort amenities include:
- A Residential Concierge Attendant
- A dipping pool with lounges and cabana-style pods
- A community fitness room with cardio equipment
- A community and entertainment room for activities and events
- An outdoor furnished courtyard with BBQs and firepit on third level and separate outdoor lounge on fifth level
- Secured parking garage plus bike storage
For more information about moving to Marina del Rey or X67 Lofts’ resort amenities, visit X67 Lofts, with 67 contemporary new loft-style homes on the Westside featuring 15 uniquely designed floorplans ranging from 759–1,906 square feet. You can also add your name to the interest list here.