Posted on 25 Aug
With working remotely becoming an established way of life for many across the country, more and more buyers are seeking the ideal work-from-home experience. Rising to the task to meet the needs of buyers in Los Angeles is Thirty Four Fifty West, a new gated collection of live/work, loft-style residences situated where the Hollywood Hills and Universal City intersect.
Represented by The Agency Development Group, two- to three-bedroom residences feature open-concept, flexible floor plans, towering 18-foot ceilings, soaring art walls, spacious balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe interiors in natural light. Chef’s kitchens feature Bosch appliances, while homes boast hardwood floors, energy-efficient technology and acoustically engineered window-wall systems.
Open-air amenity spaces include a canopy lounge, garden and grill with bar seating, community dining table and sofas, and a shaded, tree-lined park and dog path. Residents enjoy the opportunity to work from the comfort of home while located moments from the city’s employment centers, shops, restaurants, entertainment and scenic outdoor recreation, including Universal Studios, Runyon Canyon, The Hollywood Bowl, Burbank Airport, the Sunset Strip and Ventura Blvd.
Thirty Four Fifty West developer Matt Jacobs recently spoke to PBS Newshour about the live/work trend in Los Angeles, explaining how the property has fulfilled a major need for buyers in the L.A. market. He shared that work-from-home residents hail from many different industries and include artists, entertainment industry professionals, and even YouTube stars.