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The Bend, a live/work campus along the L.A. River, is officially opening for leasing this month.

Located at 2980 Allesandro Street in Frogtown, the mixed-use project is highlighted by a newly constructed three-story building which feature 40 loft-style apartments ranging from 600 to 1,360 square feet in size.  Features within each unit include high ceilings, outdoor space, polished concrete floors, LED lighting and in-unit washer-dryer sets.

The building itself - designed by Santa Monica-based KFA - features underground parking, a landscaped courtyard and an observation deck overlooking the river.

Developer Terra River, LLC has converted two existing riverfront structures into commercial space, one of which will be occupied by a restaurant known as Lingua Francua.  The new concept by the owners of Frogtown's Wax Paper is scheduled to open in Fall 2017.

 

Paul Vu
Paul Vu
Paul Vu
Paul Vu
Paul Vu
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