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Aerial images supplied by architectural photographer Hunter Kerhart show completion nearing for developer UDR, Inc.'s $107-million Koreatown tower.

The 18-story development, located at 3033 Wilshire Boulevard, features 190 apartments atop 5,500 square feet of retail space and a parking garage.  The project offers a mixture of studio, one- and two-bedroom units, with amenities such as a fitness center, a rooftop garden, a swimming pool and a spa.

According to the website of Steinberg Architects, the 201-foot tall building is defined by a series of protruding decks that give its facade a fluid experience.

Units at 3033 Wilshire will range between 615 and 2,223 square feet in size, with rents starting at $2,175 per month.

The property is located almost directly across the street from a large vacant lot, which is slated for a 31-story development by Jamison Services.

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