The Mercury Condos

The last and by far the greatest work of Legendary architect Claud Beelman, The Mercury is an historic landmark rehabilitated to serve contemporary lofts. This building was originally constructed to the highest standards to meet the demands of the exacting J Paul Getty. The Beelman history, reputation and the evolution of his work in LA make the Mercury more than a place to live. Today, new owners will preserve this masterpiece for the future while enjoying it's exciting and luxurious amenities.

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The Mercury May 21, 2024
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The Mercury Condos Statistics

  • Year Built: 1963
  • Modernized: 2006
  • Stories: 22
  • Number of Units: 238

Where is The Mercury Condos?

The Mercury is located at Address: 3810 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90010

Which utilities do the homeowners of The Mercury have to pay?

Electricity, Cable and Internet.

Does The Mercury allow Pets?

The Mercury allows people to bring in Pets. HOA pet rules applied.

What are the Amenities available at The Mercury?

  • Elevator
  • Exercise Room
  • Gated Community
  • Security

                                      What Types of Condos are at The Mercury?

                                      The MercuryKoreatown Condos consist of low-rise building units. The building has 22 Stories and 238 units. The living areas range in size from 690 to 1,540 square feet.

                                      What schools are assigned to The Mercury?

                                      The schools assigned to The Mercury Condominiums include Wilshire Park Elementary School, John Burroughs Middle School and Los Angeles Senior High School.

                                      What do we like about The Mercury Condos?

                                      The Mercury, originally constructed in 1962, is nestled in the vibrant heart of Koreatown. This architectural masterpiece, designed by Claude Beelman, represents a mid-century modern gem and was once the esteemed headquarters of the Getty Oil Company. In 2006, Forest City Development transformed it into a collection of 238 luxurious high-rise residences. The building's exterior, characterized by its vertical orientation, boasts a striking combination of white marble, sleek grey anodized aluminum, and bronzed glass, bestowing The Mercury with a sophisticated, polished façade.

                                      Strategically positioned, The Mercury offers unparalleled convenience, placing residents within easy reach of the most coveted destinations in Los Angeles, including Downtown, Hollywood, Hancock Park, and major film studios. Its prime location also ensures that breathtaking vistas are a part of daily life, stretching from Catalina Island on clear days to the iconic Hollywood sign.

                                      The crowning jewel of The Mercury is its state-of-the-art rooftop, affectionately named "23." This rooftop oasis seamlessly combines a recreational center, a resort-style pool, a rejuvenating spa, an ultramodern fitness center, a cozy fire pit, an event lawn, intimate seating nooks, and a barbecue area. Inside, the high-end interiors exude a stylishly urban aesthetic, paying homage to the building's mid-century modern heritage. Luxurious terrazzo floors pave the way to a Zen-inspired lobby adorned with captivating blends of tile, wood, and stone.

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