The West Hollywood lifestyle has long enticed, offering world-class shopping, iconic nightlife, and renowned restaurants, minutes from the beaches of Santa Monica, the high-end shops of Beverly Hills and the sports and entertainment hub of Downtown Los Angeles. At the center of it all is 1030 Kings, a contemporary residential offering on historic Kings Road. The video below provides a glimpse inside the 1030 Kings lifestyle, which is defined by its exceptionally designed residences, indoor-outdoor amenities, and coveted location in West Hollywood.

1030 Kings features a collection of 25 contemporary residences, showcasing innovative architecture by the award-winning, L.A.-based firm LOHA and highly curated interiors by MLH Design Group. Represented by Don Heller and The Agency Development Group, two-bedroom, two-bath homes feature light-filled interiors with expansive window walls and soaring ten-foot ceilings. Among the exquisite finishes are chef-caliber Bauformat kitchens with mobile waterfall-style islands, raw wood cabinetry and Miele appliances. The master suites offer walk-in wardrobes designed by Closet Factory and master baths with hand-selected, floor-to-ceiling marble slabs, oak vanities and marble countertops.

Amenity spaces are configured to capture sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills, featuring a two-story outdoor gathering and entertaining space with an eight-foot-long dry bar, mobile fire pit and lounge. The fitness studio features cutting-edge design by Fitness Design group, state-of-the-art strength, functional and cardio equipment, and Fleetwood slider doors that open to an IPE wooden yoga deck.

Situated between Santa Monica Boulevard and Melrose Avenue, 1030 Kings also offers homeowners IOTAS Smart Home Technology, including smart switches, thermostats and outlets, and secure subterranean parking with electric car charging stations.

To learn more or schedule a private tour of the three furnished model residences at 1030 Kings, which is now 20% sold and move-in ready, visit or contact The Agency’s Don Heller.