Developer Mack Urban has announced the debut of Wren, a seven-story luxury apartment complex in Downtown's South Park neighborhood.

Located on Pico Boulevard between Olive and HIll Streets, the project consists of 362 residential units seated above 4,000 square feet of restaurant space connected to a private outdoor park.  Rents in the building will range from approximately $1,850 to $6,200 per month, with the first move-ins scheduled for February 2017

Wren, designed by Togawa Smith Martin, features a variety of studio one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, as well as a collection of townhomes fronting Olive and Hill Streets.  The decor of the units, crafted by Mercedes Fernandez Interior design, includes wide plank flooring, large windows and quartz counters.

The project also offers a wide array of on-site amenities, such as an outdoor pool deck, a yoga studio, two rooftop observation areas, dog runs and co-working space.

The $144-million development was built as a partnership between Mack Urban, AECOM Capital and Capri Capital partners as the first phase of a larger six-acre residential community in a formerly desolate area of South Park.  A second phase of the project, consisting of a 38-story tower and a 10,000-square-foot pocket park, is now under construction on Grand Avenue.

For more information, visit Wren's official website.

Rendering of the pool deck (Image courtesy of Mack Urban)
Rendering of a common room (Image courtesy of Mack Urban)
Rendering of the building's exterior and the pocket park (Image courtesy of Mack Urban)
Rendering of the building's lobby (Image courtesy of Mack Urban)
Wren, highlighted in red (Image: Google Maps)

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