Only one home remains at AIRE Santa Monica, the headline-making new residential offering envisioned to capture the casual, outdoor lifestyle and green-leaning vibe of Southern California’s most beloved beach town.
Centrally located within walking and biking distance from Santa Monica’s best shopping, dining, beaches, schools and fitness offerings, the boutique collection of 19 townhomes and garden flats has won accolades for its sustainable design and innovative architecture in The Sunday Times, Los Angeles Times, Ocean Home Magazine, and more. Designed by the award-winning team at John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects (JFAK), AIRE is composed of three residential buildings situated around a central, open-air courtyard. A gated entry with a lush, living green wall leads to a vibrant outdoor space designed to inspire engagement with casual seating areas, garden and water features.
The final home remaining in the collection, Garden Townhome 10, is the only residence in the collection to showcase three levels of living space. Featuring three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, the open, airy residence boasts soaring, double-height ceilings, wide-plank white oak floors and a two-level rooftop deck with views that stretch to the Pacific Ocean. Clerestory windows and floor-to-ceiling glass doors bathe the living spaces in natural light, the latter flowing seamlessly to outdoor terraces designed for taking advantage of Santa Monica’s sea breezes. Chef-caliber kitchens feature Viking Professional and LG Smart Technology appliances, German-made Leicht cabinetry and Caesarstone countertops. In an effort to promote car-less travel, two bikes are provided with the residence, along with access to a residents’ bike room for tune-ups and storage, located in the subterranean parking garage.
“Rarely do new construction offerings hit the market in Santa Monica, particularly those with such an inspired focus on sustainability and innovative design,” says Don Heller, who represents sales at AIRE. “With the coveted coastal lifestyle in high demand and the continued growth of the Silicon Beach scene, there has never been a better time to own in Santa Monica.”