Habitat 15, built in 2009, designed by Architects Hadrian Predock and John Frane who have fused new West Hollywood urban living with Hollywood fancy: In jazz-like randomness window placement dances across the front facade like so many flat-screens paying homage to Tinseltown. Inside fifteen two-bedroom homes of two and three levels lie within two parallel, elongated blocks separated by an interior court of trees and a 40' green privacy wall. The blocks connect via steel pedestrian bridges. Some units have 2-story spaces with 9-18' ceilings and views of the Hollywood Hills.
Amenities include controlled access and secure parking.