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UDR, Inc. is nearing the finish line on Wilshire Boulevard.

For the past two-and-a-half years, the Colorado-based developer has been hard at work on an 18-story mixed-use apartment tower at the northeast corner of Wilshire and Crescent Heights Boulevards.  The approximately 243-foot-tall building will feature 158 residential units, 7,000 square feet of retail space and podium parking for 423 vehicles.

Steinberg Hart designed the tower, which will include a fitness center, a swimming pool, a rooftop garden, and a new pocket park located along Crescent Heights.  The real-life product adheres closely to architectural renderings.

The project is the second Wilshire Boulevard tower from Steinberg Hart and UDR, following a similar 18-story development in Koreatown.

Rendering of Wilshire Crescent Heights via Steinberg Hart
Construction at 6245 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography.
Construction at 6245 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography.
Construction at 6245 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography.
Construction at 6245 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography.

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