After years of delay, developer Genton Property Group has finally broken ground on a Four Seasons-branded residential tower in Beverly Grove.

The Four Seasons Private Residences - Los Angeles, slated for an approximately 1.3-acre plot at 300 S. Wetherly Drive, will offer 59 luxury condominiums that are expected to be some of the most expensive in Southern California.

The building will boast hotel-inspired amenities, including a private screening room and concierge service.  A penthouse suite, priced at $50 million, will include a 9,000-square-foot outdoor garden, a swimming pool and a private elevator connecting to a six-car garage.

The 12-story tower, designed by global architecture firm RTKL, gives a nod to the Mid-Century Modern stylings of Richard Neutra through its blend of indoor and outdoor living spaces.  The building includes three separate wings, including two low-rise sections along Wetherly and Almont Drives which will contain townhouse-style units.

The Four Seasons development is expected to open in late 2017.

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Affordable Housing Rises Next to Blue Line in Long Beach

The Beacon will feature 160 units next to Anaheim Station.

After nine months of construction, Century Housing is now four stories about ground at the Beacon, a new affordable housing complex in Downtown Long Beach. 

The project, located next to the Blue Line's Anaheim Station, will feature 160 residential units catering to seniors and veteran in two buildings known as Beacon Place and Beacon Pointe.  Plans also call for amenities such as a gym, a public plaza, supportive s