West LA Condominium Project by Kanner Architects Selects Deasy/Penner & Partners to Sell Units
Posted by George Penner — February 12, 2009
With sales beginning March 8, 2009, “The Exposition” project is sited on a trapezoidal lot with a system of staggered solid and colored panels to bring the elevations to life. The North and South façades feature expanses of glass with a steel moment frame construction. The exterior color scheme moves from white to dark, with blue intervals to integrate with the sky. The project features condominiums in one and two bedroom configurations, with an average size of 1,500 sqft.
“Not often does deasy/penner get to represent such remarkable architecture on the Westside of Los Angeles at this more value oriented price point,” said Mike Deasy, CEO of deasy/penner&partners. “Expo provides a much expanded group of buyers, often overlooked in architectural circles, the opportunity to live in quality design.
Chris DeBolt, the managing member of Urban Environments, is the brainchild behind The Exposition project. With over 2 million square feet and 20 years of retail and residential real estate development under his belt, DeBolt has significant previous architectural multi-unit experience and has garnered such awards as the 2005 National AIA award for Multi Family Projects. “I am honored to work with deasy/penner and Kanner Architects on our sixth project, The Exposition,” says DeBolt. “The building was developed to deliver cutting edge architecture at an affordable price, and both partners are committed to same objective.”
The Exposition is offered for sale by deasy/penner&partners. For more information, please contact them at 310.275.1000 or by email at email@example.com
deasy/penner&partners diverse architectural reach extends from Malibu to Palm Springs, with offices in Venice, Beverly Hills, Pasadena and Palm Springs. They bring decades of experience and unmatched expertise in sourcing and representing home as art. Over the past 30+ years, their team has been active players in the Southern California architectural movement, having represented some of the region's most significant estate and architectural properties by the likes of Richard Neutra, Marston & Van Pelt, Rudolph Schindler, John Lautner, Craig Elwood, Ray Kappe, Raphael Soriano, Buff & Hensman, Frank Gehry, Philippe Stark, and Donald Wexler as well as the next wave of talents, including Lorcan O'Herlihy, Steven Ehrlich, Johnston Marklee, Michael Sant, Patrick Tighe, Koning Eizenberg, Marmol Radziner and Stephen Kanner.