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Phoenix-based developer Alliance Residential has announced the completion of VINZ on Fairfax, a new mixed-use building in the Mid-Wilshire area.

Located at the crossroads of Fairfax Avenue, San Vicente Boulevard, and Olympic Boulevard, the five-story building features 144 rental apartments and approximately 4,300 square feet of street-level commercial space.  The property includes studio, one-, and two-bedroom floor flats, three-story townhomes, and penthouse units ranging between 518 and 1,486 square feet.  Rents start at $2,950.

Cuningham Group designed the project, which incorporates common amenities such as a swimming pool and a fitness center.  The building was tailored to transition from a more traditional residential look along its Orange Grove frontage to a bolder presence fronting Fairfax.

Gensler served as VINZ's interior architect.

VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.
VINZ on Fairfax. Image courtesy of Emilio Azevedo Photography.

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