8500, perhaps the first entirely post-boom luxury apartment project in the city, is officially set to open on October 20. The Beverly Center-adjacent project was developed by Caruso Affiliated (of the Grove and the Americana) and will have a groundfloor Trader Joe's (have enough frozen enchiladas yet, central city?) as well as a cafe at the north end. Our pals at Eater LA announced yesterday that the cafe, The Larder at Burton Way, will be helmed by Caroline Styne and chef Suzanne Goin of Lucques and AOC (it opens in December). The eight-story 8500 will have 49 one-bedrooms, 37 two-bedrooms, all with balconies, as well as a penthouse designed by Waldo Fernandez--sizes range from 801 to 4,000 square feet. Rents start "in the high $3,000's" according to a press release. We know, right? But the building does have a 24-hour doorman, full-service concierge, valet, a roof deck with saltwater pool, and a fitness center with personal trainers. We toured the construction site back in March, but now Caruso has whipped up a full video tour so you can see all the finishes and details. The building was designed by MVE & Partners and has interiors by BAMO.