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Los Angeles-based Integrated Development has completed construction for The Line Lofts, a multifamily residential development near Hollywood & Highland.

The $21-million project, located at 1737 N. Las Palmas Avenue, consists of a six-story edifice featuring 82 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments, 1,100 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and common amenities such as a courtyard pool and a roof-level lounge.

SPF:architects designed The Line, which is described as having a C-formation rather than a more standard "filing cabinet" layout.  Vertical multi-floor connections are provided at several points of the building, allowing the interior courtyard to flow into the upper-level deck.  Stairs are also relocated to the exterior of the building to free up more space inside.

The building is clad with a mix  of corrugated metal and plaster, which is alternated to create an "animated pattern."

The project is one of a handful of similar multifamily developments planned or underway on Las Palmas Avenue.  Across the street, Jamison Services, Inc. recently broke ground on a 224-unit apartment building at a former surface parking lot.  Immediately north of The Line at Yucca Street, a seven-story building featuring 70 apartments above ground-floor commercial space is also planned.

The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
The Line Lofts. Photo by Bruce Damonte.
1737 Las Palmas Avenue. Image via Google Maps.

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