After breaking ground in 2018, Alta Ink, a new luxury apartment development in Hollywood, has been completed. The project was developed by Atlanta-based real estate investment and development company Wood Partners and offers 161 residential units.
“Alta Ink reflects the next generation of Hollywood living, bringing something truly special to the area,” said Joe Gambill, Managing Director for Wood Partners. “Wood Partners has been very deliberate in our growth strategy in Los Angeles and across Southern California. We’ve developed some of the city’s most notable residences, including Alta Hollywood, The Fifty Five Fifty and 8th & Hope Street. With Alta Ink, we’re establishing a new iconic property just blocks from the heart of the world’s entertainment capital.”
The luxury apartment building is located at 5750 Hollywood Boulevard, and features a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans, as well as several two-story live/work townhome units. According to the project’s website, apartment units range in size from 554 square feet to 2,486 square feet with prices ranging from $2,805 per month for a studio to $7,425 per month for a townhome unit. The seven-story building also includes 14 affordable units.
In addition, the property features 5,700 square feet of ground floor retail space as well as luxury tenant amenities. Amenities at the property include a sky terrace with views of the Hollywood Hills, a dining terrace, a fitness center and yoga studio and an outdoor sitting area with a garden.
The project was designed by San Diego-based architecture firm Carrier Johnson + CULTURE and includes luxury interiors in black and white finishes that are intended to pay homage to Hollywood’s beginnings in black and white films. The black and white exterior further demonstrates this design scheme while also adding visual interest with the contrasting colors.
Alta Ink is located in the East Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, near a variety of retail and dining options. Popular Los Angeles attractions, such as the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Griffith Observatory are also nearby, along with many entertainment companies and studios, including Netflix, Viacom and Paramount. While in a highly walkable area, tenants at Alta Ink are also in close proximity to the LA Metro and State Road 101.
Since the company’s founding in 1998, Wood Partners has developed more than 79,000 homes with a combined value of more than $14.1 billion. The company has developed 17 mixed-use properties throughout the state of California, including in Santa Ana, San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles.