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Los Angeles-based real estate firm Palisades has unveiled the Liddel, a luxury condominium building set to open in Westwood's "Condo Canyon."

Located, at 10777 Wilshire Boulevard, the Liddel consists of a collection of 56 dwellings with a mixture one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans.  Individual units, which range from 1,030 to 2,700 square feet in size, come appointed with European-inspired kitchens, white oak floors.  Select residences feature private rooftop terraces offering views of the Los Angeles basin.

With designs from interior architect Jamie Bush, the Liddel features an array of communal amenities including a club lounge, a wine room, a catering kitchen and a fitness studio.  Materials such as woods, metal and fabric are included throughout the building.

Prices will range from approximately $900,000 to $4 million.  More information can be found at the project's official website.

Palisades recently unveiled a similar residential community in Santa Monica, and is now in the midst of construction on a eye-catching development in Beverly Hills.

The building's wine locker (Rendering by Kilograph)
View of a bathroom at the Liddel (Rendering by Kilograph)
Example of a bedroom at the Liddel (Rendering by Kilograph)
View of the Liddel's rooftop deck (Rendering by Kilograph)
Example of a kitchen (Rendering by Kilograph)
View of a powder room (Rendering by Kilograph)
Private roof terrace (Rendering by Kilograph)
Club room (Rendering by Kilograph)

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