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The view from one of the units in the Argyle House.
Photos by Jim Bartsch, courtesy of Argyle House

A wavy, 18-story apartment tower next to the Capitol Records building in Hollywood is complete and ready for wealthy tenants. Developer Related Companies announced today that it has officially opened Argyle House.

The Large Architecture-designed high-rise sits at the corner of Yucca and Argyle, offering views of the Hollywood Hills and proximity to the entertainment and restaurants in the heart of Hollywood.

Tenants will have to be well-off to afford the rent. Studios start at $3,395, and one-bedrooms begin at $4,395. A two-bedroom apartment will cost at least $6,595. For the supremely deep-pocketed, there’s also a penthouse—it rents for an undisclosed price.

Gino Canori, Related California’s chief development officer, told the Los Angeles Times that he imaginespower agents, tech entrepreneurs and studio executives” occupying the building’s 114 units.

Apartment interiors, designed by Marmol Radziner, include double-paned floor-to-ceiling windows, Caesarstone counters, high-end kitchen appliances, oak floors, and a Nest smart thermostat. Each unit also has its own balcony.

A few helpful services are also included in the rent—“weekly hotel-style tidying up by a housekeeper” and, via an app, a weekly grocery delivery and fridge-stocking, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Related is also working on the high-profile, Frank Gehry-designed, mixed-use project in Downtown LA, just across the street from the Walt Disney Concert Hall. That development is expected to begin construction this fall.

Capitol Records

1750 N Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028