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Fancy Mixed-User The Dylan Changing the Face of La Brea/SMB

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The mixed-use-ification of eastern West Hollywood marches on, with The Monarch Group's The Dylan, now closing in on an opening (nearby completed or under-construction mixed-users include Monarch's sister project The Huxley, the big Movietown development that's finally gotten started, and the Gehry-killing Domain across Santa Monica Boulevard). Named for poet Dylan Thomas (why?) and designed by Newman Garrison + Partners, The Dylan sits across SMB from the West Hollywood Gateway with the Target, and takes the place of a Carl's Jr. That Santa Monica side is a bit more pleasant on the eyes than the La Brea one, and the jury's still out on the giant eyelash thingies festooning the building's southeast corner. The retail spaces, which take up more than 13,000 square feet, look pretty nice, and there'll also be a two-story clubhouse, private courtyard, and all that other fancy crap you'd expect at an apartment project like this. No word yet on prices, but The Huxley has one-bedrooms starting at $2,770.

· La Brea Mixed-Users Named for Aldous Huxley, Dylan Thomas [Curbed LA]
· Inside the Apartment Building Named For Aldous Huxley, Where Studios Start at $2,400 [Curbed LA]