La Fontaine, built in 1928, is one of West Hollywood's most iconic landmark buildings situated prominently on the corner of Fountain and Crescent Heights Blvd. Designed by architect Leland Bryant, "La Fontaine" has been home to Bette Midler, Cheryl Crowe, Dane Cook, Steve Martin and artist Marco Perego.
The French Revival style building incorporates a number of distinguishing elements, including a steeply-pitched slate roof punctuated with chimneys and decorated with finials, apertures classically-decorated with gabled-pediments, dormers, casement windows and a denticulated cornice.
The residences boast period details throughout, high ceilings, hardwood floors and decorative tile work. Some of the apartments feature two levels with double height ceilings in the living room, ornate staircases and large outdoor patios.
Amenities include controlled access and private parking.