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Glassy 888 South Hope tower should be done this summer

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The 34-story tower will feature a 30,000-square-foot amenity deck and a rooftop terrace

The 34-story 888 South Hope apartment tower should be complete later this year.
All images courtesy of Sterling Davis

At the corner of Ninth and Hope streets in South Park, the 34-story apartment tower 888 South Hope is closing in on completion.

The building’s construction is expected to be complete by June of this year, says Mark DiNapoli, west region general manager at Suffolk, the company building the tower.

The 525-unit project includes approximately 6,000 square feet of retail on the ground floor, green space, and a lounge and outdoor terrace atop the 34th floor.

Residents will also have access to a 30,000-square-foot amenity deck with a pool, lounge, and garden, according to CIM.

The amenity space will sit on top of an adjoining parking structure, which CIM completed in late 2016, the Downtown News reported. The parking complex has spots for about 650 cars and holds a Petco on its ground floor.

888 South Hope backs up to the Trinity Auditorium, which has been undergoing restoration since at least 2012. (It was once planned to open in 2016.) The auditorium’s owner, The Chetrit Group, most recently planned to turn the property into an 183-room boutique hotel.

888 South Hope in the foreground. In the background, the under-construction 825 South Hill and the Level Furnished Living building can be seen.
Looking west toward Hope and Ninth streets. The park in front of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising can be seen on the bottom left.