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June 27, 2019

MW Delivers Newest Residential Project in Downtown LA

On June 20, 2019, Milender White (MW) completed its work at The Aliso, a five-building, 474-unit apartment community located in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles.  Developed by Brookfield Residential and Legendary Partners, the project is the first large-scale development to open in nearly three years in the area.

“We are thrilled to deliver this project to our clients and to the arts district community,” said Bryon White, President and CEO of Milender White. “It’s our dedication to a culture of safety, and our innovation in construction processes and systems, that allow us to take on projects the size of The Aliso with assurance of success.”

Located on a 5.85-acre site that abuts the Southern California Institute of Architecture, The Aliso spans 878,983 sq. ft. and features studio, one & two-bedroom apartments as well as 42 live/work units, gallery space, and 26,000 sf of retail.  Outdoor amenities include a pool, spa, cabanas, fire pits, bar-b-ques, bocce court, rooftop deck and dog walk/wash area. Indoor amenities consist of a two-story gym, game room, lounges, club room with full kitchen, music recording room and video green room.

“It took the entire team to make this project a success,” said Morgan Lysohir, Vice President and Construction Executive for The Aliso. “Working with the design team and ownership throughout preconstruction helped to start this project right. Throughout construction, our subcontractor partners safely executed high quality work with a responsive design team, tireless MW management team and the support of our development team. It was great to see everyone work together so well with a clear and common goal.”

With the addition of The Aliso to its resume, Milender White has now delivered 64 multifamily projects and 10,505 units in Colorado and Southern California.

“We are recognized as a leader in the industry and an expert in delivering high quality projects like this in urban communities that have a challenging, dense setting,” White said. “But projects like this also don’t happen without the backing of neighboring communities and a commitment to supporting their needs. Our team has formed some very meaningful partnerships and relationships throughout the construction process, and we are very proud of that as well.”

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