Los Angeles, CA (February 19, 2009) – deasy/penner&partners (www.homeasart.com), the Southern California-based luxury real estate firm that concentrates on design-centric and architecturally significant homes, is pleased to announce that they have been selected to exclusively represent the sale of “Luminaire”—a 12-unit architectural condominium project in the heart of Melrose Design District, designed by Holtz Architecture.
A combination of one, two and three bedroom units, with two additional rear duplex villas with private patios. Each unit is exceptionally well thought-out and equal in size and amenities to many single-family homes. All kitchens are comprised of Bontempi Italian cabinetry by Gatto Cucine with Caesarstone countertops and Bisazza tile. Culinary appropriate appliances, including; Smeg five-burner cook tops, Bosch stainless steel ovens, integrated panel refrigerators and dishwashers. Bathrooms by Bontempi—with Blu Bathwork sinks and Zuma soaking tubs. Environmentally sensitive ductless HVAC system with customized climate control in each room. Siedle video intercom system. Secured gated subterranean garage with guest parking and elevator access to each floor. Roof deck with expansive views.
With sales beginning in March, 2009, individual unit pricing will begin at $685,000 with units ranging from 1,100-2,400+ square feet. Luminaire is offered exclusively for sale by deasy/penner&partners. For more information, please contact Jillian Lustig at 310.275.1000.
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, Stephen Kanner and Clive Wilkinson.