1100 Wilshire Building is a 37-story, 151.18 m residential skyscraper completed in 1987 in Los Angeles, California. It is the 24th tallest building in the city, the 2nd tallest residential building in the entire Southern California region, and the 4th tallest residential building in the state of California.
1100 Wilshire isn’t just an address, it’s a destination! Located just West of the 110 freeway, 1100 Wilshire offers the perfect mix of sophisticated living, breathtaking views, and resort-class amenities. The building was built by Tsai Ming Yu, a Japanese citizen of Chinese ancestry who was active in the redevelopment of Tokyo’s upscale Ginza district. Tsai envisioned a building that would accommodate ancient principles of feng shui (meaning wind/water) – the positioning of buildings based on a belief in patterns of yin and yang and the flow of chi (energy) to achieve harmony with the environment. With the 16-story concrete cube parking structure as a podium, condominiums start on the 17th floor, which means that all units have unobstructed views. Sizes range from 670 to 870 square for studios and one-bedroom lofts, 1,050 to 1,870 square feet for two-bedroom lofts, and 1,800 to 3,500 square feet for two-story penthouse lofts. Ceilings are at least 11 feet high, and some are as high as 23 feet. With an abundance or resident and guest parking, all lofts come complete with two assigned non-tandem parking spaces.
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