333 La Cienega will offer 145 state-of-the-art units for rent, 10% of which will be designated affordable housing. The project also includes a wide array of community benefits that will transform the outdated Loehmann’s site into a central gathering place for residents, neighbors and visitors to enhance the entire neighborhood. 333 La Cienega is located at the gateway between Los Angeles and Beverly Hills at the intersection of Burton Way, La Cienega and San Vicente Boulevards, less than a half-mile from the new Purple Line subway stop.
Caruso’s innovative approach brings a distinguished and unique combination of architectural excellence and dedication to serving the local community. 333 La Cienega is investing in significant off-site improvements, including enhanced sidewalks lined with mature shaded trees, landscaped medians and new painted bike lanes and crosswalks on La Cienega, San Vicente and Burton Way. Additionally, there will be a new 7,000-square-foot publicly accessible park-like green with shading and seating, as well as a neighborhood-serving market and restaurant with outdoor seating. All of these features will reduce vehicle dependency and ensure a more walkable, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood that will improve the quality of life for local residents and workers.