WREN Residences Debut in Downtown Los Angeles
Stylish Design and Amenities Exemplify ‘Thoughtful Living’

WREN, 362 for-lease residences in a seven-story luxury building, has debuted in Downtown Los Angeles. The stylish apartment building is bordered by Pico Boulevard, Olive and Hill Streets in the heart of DTLA’s growing South Park neighborhood. WREN’s floorplans, building design and amenities are crafted to meld with the vibrant community, offering premiere access to the best of Downtown’s culture, employment, restaurants, shopping, entertainment and transportation. WREN was very consciously created to provide today’s Angelenos with ‘thoughtful living.  This approach takes comfort and functionality into consideration throughout the living and communal spaces – from balconies to lobbies, public and green spaces to parking, active spaces to more contemplative ones. Of course this extends to the individual residences, right down to the linen closets.

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Mack Urban Communities is working to add more park to LA’s South Park neighborhood, replacing asphalt with a sleek urban tower surrounded by green space and linked to outdoor cafes, arcades, paseos and secret gardens. Residents can enjoy downtown living, while also strolling through walkable streets lined with restaurants and shops.

The Roaring Twenties were about social, artistic and cultural upheaval, when jazz blossomed, flappers redefined womanhood, and motion pictures and movie stars burst onto the scene. Union Village takes the best elements of 1920s style and combines them with modern urban living. The authentic Andalusian/Spanish revival development is surrounded by lush courtyards, water features, terraces, barbecues and outdoor fireplaces and is located in the heart of Pasadena’s Playhouse District, with dramatic views of the mountains, as well as the bustling neighborhood below.

The Pasadena Playhouse District has a rich history that combines art, architecture and performance. The cosmopolitan neighborhood is highly walkable and features the Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena Museum of California Art and Southern California’s largest and oldest independent bookstore, Vroman’s. It’s also packed with award-winning restaurants, eclectic bars and boutique shops. Union Village has 118 units.