Park Hyatt coming to downtown Los Angeles
Hyatt and Oceanwide Plaza, the first North American development by international developer Oceanwide Holdings, has unveiled plans for the Park Hyatt Los Angeles Residences at Oceanwide Plaza, which will be the first Park Hyatt-branded residences on the West Coast.
With sales set to launch early 2018, the 164 residences will sit atop the new five-star Park Hyatt Los Angeles, rising 53 storeys high and expanding on the personalised service for which the brand is known.
Accompanying the premium residential offering will be an array of lifestyle amenities, providing options for gatherings, entertainment, fitness and relaxation. All residents of Oceanwide Plaza will enjoy convenient access to the 184-room Park Hyatt Los Angeles, as well as The Collection at Oceanwide Plaza, a 15422-square-metre open-air galleria of retail shops and restaurants.
“We’re setting a new tone for what it means to live well in downtown Los Angeles by redefining urban living with an amenity and service offering never before seen on the West Coast,” said Thomas Feng, CEO of Oceanwide Plaza LLC. “The Park Hyatt Los Angeles Residences will offer quiet sophistication and personalised service at every turn. Every detail of the residential offering at Oceanwide Plaza is a result of years of planning and surveying our future owners to deliver a luxury living experience.”
Located at the pinnacle of art and culture in Los Angeles and only a short distance from the Broad Museum, Hauser & Wirth gallery, Geffen Contemporary at MOCA and Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Park Hyatt Los Angeles Residences will include one to three bedrooms ranging from 99 to 252 square metres. Starting on the 50th floor, the penthouse collection will include half-floor and duplex residences ranging from 510 to 815 square metres. All residences are custom-designed by interior design firm Studio Munge to combine sophistication with a Southern California character.
Upon arrival, homeowners will be welcomed by an art-infused lobby, a 24-hour concierge, and several services curated by Park Hyatt Los Angeles. The residences will revolve around the private 23rd level amenity floor, encircled by a 360-degree all-glass view of the Los Angeles landscape. The approximately 1765-square-metre private amenity floor will include a fitness facility, a natural-light filled yoga studio, steam rooms and saunas for relaxation, an exhibition kitchen and private dining space, a theatre and entertainment lounge for hosting guests, landscaped gardens, and a resort-style pool and outdoor cabanas that will pay homage to the California lifestyle. Beyond core hotel services including housekeeping, in-room dining and pantry-stocking, additional offerings will include services such as dog-walking and grooming, floral arrangement and delivery, tailored transportation arrangement and in-residence personal training. Privacy and security will be of the utmost importance, offering residents 24/7 valet parking with the option to self-park in a designated parking space, controlled access, and a private and secure residential lobby with access from the garage.
“We are excited to bring our Park Hyatt-branded residences to the West Coast and offer a sophisticated and luxurious product in the significant market of Los Angeles,” said David Tarr, senior vice president of real estate and development for the Americas for Hyatt. “We’ve been looking to build our presence in this city, and with the addition of both the Park Hyatt hotel and residences, we look forward to the positive momentum that we’ll experience.”
In addition to concierge services, residents will also be able to take advantage of a full suite of amenities located on the eighth floor, including a lush private amenity park with an event lawn overlooking the LA entertainment district, an 800-metre jogging track and basketball court, a resort swimming pool and spa, children’s outdoor playground, two designated dog parks (one for large dogs and one for small dogs), designated dog grooming spaces and an outdoor kitchen area with lounge seating and barbecues. Indoor amenities include an exhibition kitchen for dining and entertaining, a game room for families, private screening rooms, a fitness centre and yoga room, a children’s centre and an at-home workspace and library.
Sales and marketing for the Park Hyatt Los Angeles Residences and The Residences at Oceanwide Plaza will be led by The Mark Company.