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The epitome of grand: the penthouse at EVO South

Twenty-three stories above Downtown LA’s flourishing South Park, an ultra-grand environment crowns the soaring EVO South – one of Downtown LA’s most sought-after addresses. Surrounded by astonishing views of the city and beyond, this never-lived-in penthouse at 1155 South Grand Avenue has received an estimated $400K+ in upgrades. At your feet are the attractions of LA’s most vibrant and evolving urban community, from Staples Center and the LA Live entertainment complex to world-renowned restaurants, shopping, entertainment, art and culture.


The nearly 4,000 square foot, one-level residence, listed by Greg Stangl and Arrington Williams at $4,752,000, is highlighted by a vast living room wrapped in walls of glass framing dramatic views of the skyline and night lights. A seemingly endless wraparound balcony sweeps along the entire length of the room and around to the master bedroom. Custom Venetian plaster, portrait lighting and remote-controlled window coverings are just a few elements of the ambience. Whole house audio with multiple zone control and smartphone access enhances the atmosphere throughout the home. 


In the kitchen, Viking appliances, Caesarstone countertops, a porcelain slab center island, custom cabinets and lighting create an exhilarating space for culinary creativity. A pass-through pantry allows  easy, direct service to the elegant dining room.




The building’s exclusive collection of amenities includes a sixth-floor sun deck and pool with furnished gathering areas and outdoor entertaining kitchen plus a rooftop lounge with an outdoor terrace and fireplace overlooking the skyline. A state-of-the-art 24th-floor fitness studio also delivers views to the horizon. Other perks include extensive on-site concierge services by Beverly Hills Concierge. HOA dues are under $1K a month.


EVO is one of the most sustainable, smart and eco-friendly buildings in the country -- the first downtown LA high-rise residence to be certified LEED Silver by the US Green Building Council. 

This is a rare opportunity to be the first resident of the last penthouse in this prestigious tower … and live the South Park lifestyle at its grandest.

To see more photos, visit 1155grandph2303.aaroe.site
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