Habitat 825: Lorcan O'Herlihy (2007) - AIA National Housing Award recipient featured by The New York Times and Dwell as a stunning example of modern, urban California living. Sited adjacent to what is considered the "first modern residence," the Rudolph Schindler House (1922), Habitat 825 is composed of two "L" bars which wrap around a central, common, open space meant to "reinterpret" Schindler's explorations of light, material, color, and common space while acknowledging and engaging one of L.A.'s most cherished cultural + architectural landmarks. Unit No. 8 itself is a contemporary 3 bedroom/3-bathroom Loft/Townhome with high ceilings and bright floor to ceiling glass featured throughout on both sides. Designer kitchen features Boffi cabinetry, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances with sharp stainless counters. A private roof deck is directly accessed via staircase from living room and offers an additional dramatic entertaining space with a private w outdoor kitchen, showcasing explosive views of West Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills. Descend to the lower level to find bedroom suites and a full-size laundry. Security cameras, 2-car side-by-side gated parking, storage, guest parking and pet-friendly. Prime West Hollywood location in one of the most sought areas of Melrose Avenue, including Alfred's Coffee & the famous Sunday Farmer's Market.