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425 Palm

425 Palm stands as a hallmark of California Modernism, seamlessly intertwining indoor and outdoor living. Its exclusive collection of 20 condominium homes features expansive private terraces, including a rooftop oasis boasting panoramic views of Los Angeles. The building exudes classical elegance with its symmetrical design and clean lines, enhanced by a precast facade seamlessly merging with the residences.

  • Location: Beverly Hills, CA
Site Plan

Crafted with meticulous precision, the concrete mix mirrors neighboring masonry facades, contributing to a cohesive streetscape. Polished precast concrete slabs and columns form a tectonic grid composition, imparting a timeless aesthetic to the building. This architectural motif extends into the interiors, reinforcing a sense of identity and substance. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the residences with natural light, opening onto corner balconies framing breathtaking citiscapes. Private elevators provide seamless access to residents’ homes where built-in furnishings maximize space and offer uninterrupted views.

At 425 Palm, architectural excellence and modern living converge, creating a sanctuary where every detail is thoughtfully curated to enhance the resident experience.

On the street-facing side, the building boasts a charming wall lined with planters, bursting with vibrant flowers that add a touch of natural beauty to the urban environment. This floral display not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the streetscape but also provides a welcoming atmosphere for pedestrians and passersby.

Perched in the heart of Beverly Hills, this building offers more than just luxurious living—it provides residents with an unparalleled view of the city skyline from its rooftop. As one ascends to the top, the bustling streets below give way to a breathtaking panorama of the iconic Los Angeles landscape.

Mojave desert in the sun
Mojave desert in the dark