A new rendering offers up a detailed look at Oceanwide Plaza's two-acre amenity deck.

The $1-billion project, named for developer Oceanwide Holdings, consists of three towers at 1101 S. Flower Street.  A 49-story, 677-foot tower at the north side of the property will offer a 184-key Park Hyatt hotel as well as 164 branded condominiums.  Twin 40-story building south down Flower Street will feature an additional 340 housing units.

CallisonRTKL is designing the project, which incorporates mid-century modern design in a high-rise setting.  The two-acre amenity deck, featuring a swimming pool and grass fields, will sit atop an open-air retail podium featuring 166,000 square feet of shops and restaurants across two floors.

Oceanwide Holdings has announced a collaboration with celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak, who will be curating wellness programming within the project's amenity spaces.

Rendering of the Oceanwide Plaza amenity deck.

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