Wilshire Westwood Terrace, built in 1955, is one of the original low rise buildings on the Wilshire Corridor still known for its red awnings and corner balconies. This sweeping stretch of the Wilshire Boulevard is home to dozens of high-end and luxury condominiums. Nestled between Westholme and Manning Avenue, the Wilshire Westwood Terrace stands on its own among soaring skyscrapers and more modern complexes.
The Wilshire Westwood Terrace condominiums are some of the more affordable apartments located along the Wilshire Corridor. There are only 19 units on five floors with one and two bedroom floor plans from 850 to nearly 2200 ft. This quiet, traditional complex is highly desirable yet the units themselves are surprisingly affordable. Depending on the condition and the size, prices may vary. You are likely to find updates and renovations that have been lovingly cared for over the years. Upgrades may include granite countertops, hardwood flooring, modern fixtures in the kitchen and bathrooms and imported cabinetry.
Amenities include controlled access and secure parking.