Situated at the Heart of Art and Culture in downtown Los Angeles, Atelier Welcomes First Residents


Photos Credit: Carmel Partners

Atelier, the exquisite 33-story tower rising at Eighth and Olive Street in Downtown Los Angeles, welcomed its first batch of residents earlier this month. The project ushers in a new iteration for evolved living in the vibrant Downtown Los Angeles neighborhood, with special architectural attention paid to the indoor and outdoor living associated with traditional Southern Californian design. 

“Atelier is unlike any other residences on the market, offering the flexibility of a lock-and-leave apartment home while becoming a standard-bearer for full-service living that affluent urban-dwellers insist upon today,” said Dan Garibaldi, Managing Partner, Development and Construction at Carmel Partners.


Atelier's new residents selected their new homes from a collection of 363 artfully-appointed studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom and penthouse residences with floor to ceiling windows with unencumbered views of the expanding skyline. 

Once inside Atelier, you are welcomed by an artistically-influenced lobby and 24-hour concierge ready to cater to every request. A short elevator ride to the fifth floor reveals an unparalleled amenity deck with a 25-meter long Olympic-size lap pool and spa, poolside cabanas outfitted with fans and HD televisions, a BBQ and Game Terrace with a regulation bocce court and two fire pits, a dog run and pet spa for furry friends. There is also a nearly 3,400 square-foot, state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga terrace, fully-equipped business lounge and conference rooms, 20-person screening room, and a clubroom with demonstration kitchen. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the chic glass tower culminates in a Skyline Rooftop Terrace rising 340 feet in the air, complete with private cabanas, spa, pool tables and elegant entertainment spaces, offering a refined escape from the energetic urban jungle below.  

Situated amid the increasingly pedestrian-friendly retail and entertainment district of Southpark, Atelier has reserved nearly equal bicycle and automobile parking spots for its future residents. A short distance from STAPLES Center, L.A. Live, Nokia Theatre, the Orpheum Theater, The Broad Museum and countless other museums, galleries and restaurants, residents enjoy a vast array of cultural destinations and experience the rich tapestry of DTLA. 

Alyssa Kuhlman

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