The First Development within the Metropolis Complex in Los Angeles Offers 308 Designer-Appointed Condominiums and 350 Hotel Indigo Keys



Los Angeles. CA


Greenland USA


986,387 square feet

18 and 40 levels above grade

308 condominium units, 350 hospitality units

2 buildings

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Gensler Architects, HED

Metropolis Los Angeles Phase I is part of the Metropolis Los Angeles Phase I and II development, both constructed by Webcor. Metropolis Los Angeles Phase I located in Los Angeles, CA is a ground-up, Type I concrete mixed-use project. The square footage is distributed across two structures with 18 and 40 levels above grade and two levels below grade. It includes 308 designer-appointed studios and one and two-bedroom condominiums and penthouses and 350 Hotel Indigo keys. Connected parking totals 257,572 square feet and 596 stalls.

Located within the 6.3 acre, $1 billion Metropolis development, the residences include a considerable amount of retail located at the ground floor; an amenity deck with a gym, screening room, communal space for billiards, lounging and entertaining, a swimming pool, gas barbecues, dog-walking space, and landscape features. The hotel includes amenities such as the lobby-level Metropole Bar+Kitchen, a lounge and bar space on the 18th floor called “18 Social,” meeting and convention space, a pool deck, and fitness space.

The hotel design is inspired by the 1920’s Prohibition era, infusing elements from the underground speakeasies and tunnels, the Fiesta de las Flores parade, the budding Hollywood movie industry, as well as historic Chinatown. The project features a stunning media installation/LED display by Susan Narduli and Refik Anadol, titled ConvergenceLA, that measures nearly 100 feet wide by 18 feet high and fronts the main plaza of Phase I.

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