Exciting and New Future Development in Beverly Hills
A brand new site adjacent to the Beverly Hilton and the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills will house a three-building condo and hotel complex. Beny Alagem of Alagem Capital is the developer for this brand new Beverly Hills development. We have all been excited about this new addition to the Beverly Hills area for some time.
It will completely help to transform Beverly Hills with this 17.5-acre site. This will be a mixed-use development consisting of a hotel, condos, and lush botanicals garden on the property. This will be a joint venture with Foster + Partners, Lord Norman Foster, and RIOS for design, architecture, and landscape design.
The condos will have magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and range from 2,000 to 16,000 square feet, and each features 12-to-16-foot ceilings, designer kitchens with smart appliances, and 15-foot-deep balconies. Some residences will also feature plunge pools on the terraces and direct elevator access. Residents will have access to a private members club, which includes a restaurant, lounge, wine tasting room and cellar, screening rooms, bowling alley, and fitness areas.
In order to maintain eco friendly the building is working on LEED and Platinum and WELL certifications. To achieve its high goals, the property will leverage technology to “aggressively lower emissions and energy consumption,” according to a statement from the company. The sustainable features include a central geothermal system, which will harness the earth’s constant soil temperature to efficiently create heat and reduce the number of cooling towers needed, ultimately saving millions of gallons of water annually; use of collected rainwater and recycled greywater for landscaping; centralized battery storage system, onsite photovoltaic array, and a chilled water thermal energy storage system; and recycled, low embodied carbon and low toxicity building materials.
Contact HighRisesCondos.com for all your questions on this exciting new development as well as the many new developments in Los Angeles.
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