Milender White and Century West Partners, a Los Angeles-based developer of upscale transit-oriented apartment communities announced today construction operations have started on the Lincoln Collection, a $150 million mixed-use multifamily project in downtown Santa Monica. Lincoln Collection will offer best-in-class apartment living with heightened luxury and sophisticated features, finishes and amenities.
The four-story Lincoln Collection community features 282 units offered in studio and one- and two-bedroom floorplans within two contiguous buildings and 25,000 square feet of street level retail amenities.
“Lincoln Collection will bring an Urban Village to the very tight Santa Monica rental market, offering renters some of the most remarkable amenities and modern luxury finishes,” said Steven Fifield, Principal and Co-founder of Century West Partners. “We are excited to start construction on this project.”
“We have been working with Century West Partners and Michael W. Folonis Architects for 18 months in preconstruction preparing this job for success,” said Morgan Lysohir, Construction Executive for Milender White. “We are proud of our multi-family experience, and we look forward to bringing that expertise to the table in delivering this great project.”
Located in the heart of downtown Santa Monica, Lincoln Collection will feature resort-like amenities, including a large pool and sun decks, a screening room, and a lounge and entertainment space. The community will also include a robust fitness center, a business center, and expansive outdoor courtyards.
“Lincoln Collection offers an unparalleled location with immediate proximity to the beach, numerous transportation options, and access to all that Santa Monica offers,” said Michael Sorochinsky, Principal and Co-founder of Century West Partners. “The community is atypical in that it provides a more luxurious way of living than what is commonly seen in rental units across Los Angeles.”
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