Century Plaza Development

Multiple Amenities Abound at this Luxury Residential Tower, Including Three Outdoor Pools, a Helipad, Private Dining Rooms, Wine Storage, Gym, and a Screening Room

Key Statistics


Los Angeles, CA


Woodridge Capital LLC


1.9 million square feet

16, 46, and 46 levels above grade

363 condominium units, 400 hospitality units

3 buildings

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Pei Cobb Freed, Gensler Architects, HED

The Century Plaza Development located in Century City, CA is a ground-up and historic renovation, expansion, and seismic retrofit mixed-use project. The square footage is distributed across throughout three structures with 16, 44, and 44 levels above grade. It includes 363 luxury condominiums and 400 Fairmont Century Plaza hotel keys. Connected parking totals 379,845 square feet and 4,016 stalls.

The project is inclusive of a historic renovation, expansion and seismic retrofit to the original, Minoru Yamasaki-designed Century Plaza hotel, as well as of the ground-up construction of the two 44-level triangular glass towers that flank the hotel’s west elevation and contain 290 luxury condominiums. The uppermost four floors of the Century Plaza Hotel have been renovated and converted to house 73 luxury condominiums.

The two new Century Plaza towers include such amenities as three outdoor pools, a helipad, private dining rooms, wine storage, a gym and a screening room. The development’s landscaping design features such items and areas as bike racks, a barbecue area, a yoga meditation lawn, two dog parks, water features, a dining terrace, reading garden, and an event garden. This project is LEED Silver®.


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