Friday, November 6, 2009

Savor The Carlyle Residences @ 10776 Wilshire Boulevard -- Developers of NY's Plaza Hotel Bring Fendi Casa and White-Glove Concierge Service to LA

Last night we attended an event at The Carlyle Residences at 10776 Wilshire Boulevard, a 74-unit building that sets a new standard in luxury living for an area already known for its feathered nests.

Pull up to the porte-cochere and a valet whisks away your car. Then enter into the lobby which has one of the finest Dale Chihuly chandeliers around.

Carlyle Wilshire LobbyThe interiors have been done in collaboration with Fendi Casa, and the 3-bedroom model unit shows off this clean, contemporary style.

Carlyle Living RoomYou can purchase it -- all 3,535 sq ft, furnishings included -- for $5.6 million. (Lop off $2.0 million for the 3 bedroom on the floor that hasn't been tricked out.)

Carlyle Los Angeles InteriorOh, did we mention that Fendi Casa did the interiors?

Fendi Casa chandelierThe kitchen features Poggenpohl cabinetry, Miele appliances and lots of fine, polished surfaces.

Carlyle KitchenThe master bedroom has a balcony with unobstructed views.

Carlyle Master BedroomThe master bath does not disappoint.

Carlyle Master BathWalk into the walk-in closet. There's plenty of room.

The second bedroom is sizable.

Carlyle ClosetThe second bath.

Carlyle Wilshire BedroomThe third bedroom can serve as an office.

Carlyle Wilshire InteriorThe stonework in the floors and the wood marquetry are impressive.

Carlyle Wilshire interior viewThe building offers a full array of amenities, from 24-hour white-glove concierge service (sushi at 4 AM?), to a full fitness center, private wine lockers and a heated pool. Prices range from $2.4 million to penthouses that top $11 million (with over 5,000 sq ft of living area). If you're in the market for a lofty place above the Wilshire Corridor, be sure to stop by the Carlyle.

The Carlyle was developed by Elad Properties, which also developed New York's Plaza Hotel. Sold by the Valerie Fitzgerald Group.

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