The
Vista*

Hollywood as only a few will see it.

Inspired by the Brooklyn-esque nature of Vine Street and its historic buildings, The Vista defines an industrial luxe aesthetic complemented by sleek, contemporary design.

Striking vistas from Downtown LA to the Pacific and Hollywood Hills immediately command your attention as you step inside this 4,708 SF glass-walled home with 3-bedrooms, a secret bunk room, 4-bathrooms, and private outdoor terraces. NanaWall folding window walls roll back to reveal 827 additional SF of outdoor living. Dramatic contrast is created by the layering of diverse materials: raw concrete columns accentuated by finished metal detailing, rich wood grains displaying hints of metallic glazes, and hammered metal cabinetry offset by highly polished concrete flooring.

Room service, 24-hour concierge, valet, and a long list of posh amenities are at your fingertips. A catered luxury lifestyle powered by the W Hotel to further elevate the experience of owning at Above the Penthouses. The meek don’t reside here.

The Vista Above the Penthouses

Interior net space: 4,708 sq.ft.
Exterior Balcony: 827 sq.ft.
3 bedrooms, 4 baths

An HEI/GC Hollywood and Vine, LLC project. The Residences at W Hollywood are not owned, developed, or sold by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. or its affiliates. HEI/GC Hollywood and Vine, LLC, a joint venture between Gatehouse Capital Corporation and HEI Hotels and Resorts, LLC, uses the WÆ trademark and trade names under a license from Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of offers to buy, nor is any offer or solicitation made where prohibited by law. The statements set forth herein are summary in nature and should not be relied upon. A prospective purchaser should refer to the entire set of documents provided by HEI/GC Hollywood and Vine, LLC project and should seek competent legal advice in connection therewith. No view is guaranteed and views may be altered by subsequent development, construction. Design images are representative and used with permission.