The Los Feliz Towers are located at 4411 & 4455 Los Feliz Boulevard. The complex consists of 196 residences with two 14-story towers. This fantastic condominium complex has an expansive resort style heated pool with sun deck, deluxe fitness center, saunas, meeting room, 24-hour doorman, security and secure covered garage parking.
Located in the Los Feliz area, the complex is a block away from Los Feliz Village, a pedestrian friendly area with an arty vibe and numerous cafes, unique stores, art galleries as well as a popular local music scene. The views from the condo windows can be downtown Los Angeles, Los Feliz Village, Los Feliz Hills, Century City and/or Griffith Park Observatory
Los Feliz Towers offer a variety of floor plans with open living spaces, walls of glass and expansive balconies with stunning views in every direction. Many units have been completely renovated as buyers add gourmet kitchens & luxurious baths.
Feliz means "happy" in Spanish and it's an accurate name for such a pleasant and livable area of Los Angles. In a city where people feel like they spend too many hours in their cars, this neighborhood feels like a welcome relief. Surrounded by the tranquil neighborhood and Los Feliz Hills, there is a plethora of entertainment, shopping & dining options close by.
Alcove Café & Bakery is a casual social spot in an old brick bungalow. Vinoteca Farfalla is a bustling wine bar with an Italian-Brazilian mishmash of small plates, from empanadas to risotto in carozza. The cute shops feel to be organic and natural. Like the Undersigned, a boutique that sells clothing made from soy, hemp, bamboo and organic and recycled cotton. And the Dragonfly, a designer children's wear that has a basketball court out back and, this being Los Angeles, a dance-cum-yoga studios for toddlers.
When the two 14 story towers were being built on Los Feliz Boulevard, angry neighbors demanded zoning changes to prohibit the future high-rise construction. The neighbors failed to stop the construction. The towers were originally designed as a rental apartment building by Daniel Mann Johnson and Mendenhall (DMJM) - one of the first combined architecture and engineering firms in the Western U.S. The towers were completed in 1966 but in the late 1970's the buildings were converted into condos..