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As Downtown L.A. emerges as the hub of art, culture and entertainment in Los Angeles, TEN50, a luxury high-rise development in Downtown’s burgeoning South Park neighborhood has staked its claim among the most coveted addresses in the city.
On Thursday, April 5th, The Agency’s Kevin Dees hosted esteemed guests for dinner and drinks at Penthouse 5 & 6, the last remaining penthouse residences at TEN50. Attendees enjoyed tasty bites by DTLA hotspot Little Sister and wine by Riboli Family of San Antonio Winery as they toured the exceptional residences, which boast gracious, open floor plans, soaring ceilings, and expansive windows capturing jaw-dropping views of the iconic cityscape. The spacious two-bedroom, three-bath penthouses are replete with impeccable finishes and boast ergonomically designed chef’s kitchens of Carrara marble, voluminous master suites with generous walk-in closets, and sleek bathrooms with quartz countertops and soaking tubs.
The full-service, amenity-rich building was masterfully designed for residents seeking an authentic, urban living experience where comfort and connectivity reign supreme. Exquisitely designed lifestyle spaces are primed for relaxing and entertaining, including “The Fifty,” an approximately 13,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor residents lounge that flows seamlessly from a resort-style pool, spa and cabanas to a therapeutic yoga garden complete with sweeping city views. Private dining areas feature green spaces, barbecue grills, fireplaces and a screening room.
Now over 98% sold, TEN50 places residents in the heart of one of Downtown’s most dynamic enclaves, moments from STAPLES Center, L.A. Live, The Arts District, The Broad, and renowned restaurants, bars and entertainment.
“Over the past few years, Downtown has established itself as the unofficial heart of L.A.,” says Kevin. “The penthouses at TEN50 in particular embody the ultimate Downtown luxury living experience—a first-rate location, unrivaled amenities, and incredible views of the city below.”