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Here Are Floorplans and Pricing For Arts District's One Santa Fe

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Try to remain calm: the leasing office for the Arts District's sinewy One Santa Fe has now opened and is "taking reservations" for the arts/residential/retail mega-complex. The first wave of move-ins is expected as soon as September; the highly-amenitized development, by local starchitect Michael Maltzan, will feature a "zero-edge salt-water pool" with custom cabanas, a rooftop garden, three whirlpool spas, and a private studio for yoga and spinning, says a release from the developers. There are also now floorplans for studios, as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments, and two-bedroom townhouses. The smallest studios are compact and cozy at 343 square feet—just 43 square feet above what would be considered a "micro-apartment." (The largest studios are about 670 square feet.) The prices are, well, high, but living in a starchitect-designed future "landmark" isn't cheap.

Here's the price list:

Studios (*343 to 670 square feet): $1,480 to $2,035
One-bedroom/one-bathroom (526 to 690 square feet): $1,980 to $2,410
One-bedroom/one-bathroom (703 to 913 square feet): $2,135 to $3,135
Two-bedroom/two-bathroom (899 to 982 square feet): $2,385 to $2,810
Two-bedroom/two-bathroom (1,002 to 1,103 square feet): $2,460 to $2,810
Two-bedroom/two-bathroom townhouse (1,241-1,422 square feet): $3,585 to $4,530

· Here's a Look at the Almost-Finished Nail in the Arts District's Gentrification Coffin [Curbed LA]
· One Santa Fe [Curbed LA]

One Santa Fe

Santa Fe Ave. & First St., Los Angeles, CA 90013