Oakwood Olympic & Olive

Oakwood Olympic & Olive by KTGY Architecture




Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

KTGY Architecture + Planning has designed Oakwood Olympic & Olive at 1001 South Olive Street, an vibrant mixed-use building to Downtown Los Angeles.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

The development combines fully furnished apartments with the latest amenities, hotel-like services, and a modern design befitting its location in DTLA’s booming South Park neighborhood.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

Oakwood Olympic & Olive is designed for easy accessibility to surrounding DTLA, and to attract extended-stay tech, media and entertainment business travelers in Los Angeles, among others.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

The building is designed with sleek lines and dynamic cantilevers, and is clad in high-quality tactile materials. At street level, retail space extends along Olympic Blvd., while 2-story loft units with private patios line Olive Street.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

“We wanted to make the most of this relatively compact site and so we arranged the south-facing third-floor pool deck for maximum sunlight, and wrapped the deck around the corner of the building to provide great views of the neighborhood.” said KTGY Principal David Senden.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

Rooftop lounge at Olympic & Olive. Photo by Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive offers amenities that are desirable to residents: including a wide variety of co-working areas and meeting rooms.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

There are also multiple indoor and outdoor social spaces including rooftop lounge, courtyards, dog park, club room, bike storage, high-tech fitness center, and package-delivery area.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

Residences range from interior courtyard apartments to city view apartments to roomy townhomes.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

Hollywood Sign-inspired block letter signage and floor-to-ceiling white curtains further distinguish the building, along with elements such as dynamic cantilevers and tactile materials.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

All furnished residences, include essentials from linens to coffee makers. And the entire building is wired with high-speed internet, cable TV and telephones. Source by KTGY Architecture.

Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Architect: KTGY Architecture + Planning
  • Interior Designer: Hibner Design Group, Inc.
  • Interior Designer: Gensler
  • Landscape Architect: MJS Design Group
  • Civil: PSOMAS
  • Structural Engineers: DCI Engineering
  • Mechanical & Plumbing: IDS Group
  • Owner: Oakwood Worldwide
  • Developer: Lennar Multifamily Communities
  • Number of Units: 201 du
  • Site Area: 1.08 ac
  • Retail: 4,126 sq. ft.
  • Number of Stories: 7
  • Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Darren Bradley, Courtesy of JSPR
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley
Oakwood Olympic & Olive
Photo © Darren Bradley

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