The Remington, built in 2001, is one of the most sophisticated residences in the Wilshire Corridor. The Remington was designed by Richard Magee, a partner of Van Tilburg, Banvard & Soderbergh (VTBS Architects). The magnificent building received the Gold Nugget Award of Merit, which honors creative achievements in architectural design and land use planning. More than condominiums, these are private estates, each with direct elevator access to a private foyer, stupendous views, and exquisite hand-selected materials, such as marble, granite and fine hardwoods.
Among its luxurious amenities, The Remington features a palatial reception hall with walls of lustrous white oak paneling, coffered ceilings and imported limestone floors. There is a residents’ private library, complete with fireplace, an entertaining salon with a catering kitchen, and private, temperature-controlled wine storage. The grounds are every bit as elegant as the building itself, with an English garden, heated lap pool and lovely sundeck.