On the outskirts of the Beverly Hills Business Triangle, a long-empty property has birthed a new condominium complex.
The project, now taking shape at 250 N. Crescent Drive, consists of a four-story edifice which will contain eight residential units above a parking garage.
Plans presented to the Beverly Hills Architectural Commission in 2017 depict a contemporary low-rise structure with an exterior consisting of aluminum, stone veneer, and wood siding.
Levin-Morris Architects is designing the project.
Los Angeles County Assessor's records list the owner of the property as BH Premier Investments, LP. The entity is managed by Michael Soroudi, a real estate investor with Maxxam Enterprises.
The project site is located two blocks north of the intersection of Crescent Drive and Wilshire Boulevard, where a second entrance to the under-construction Wilshire/Rodeo subway station could one day be located.
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