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Look around 888 at Grand Hope Park, where one-bedrooms start at $2,475

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That price buys access to 30,000-square-foot private park and a rooftop deck

Developed by CIM Group, the 34-story tower sits at Eighth and Hope streets.
Courtesy of 888 at Grand Hope Park

The glassy South Park tower formerly known as 888 South Hope is officially open.

Developer CIM announced today the opening of the 34-story apartment high-rise—now dubbed 888 at Grand Hope Park—which sits at Eighth and Hope streets, just across the street from Grand Hope Park, also known as FIDM Park.

The 525-unit project is located on the northern end of a Downtown LA neighborhood bustling with construction projects that include some of the city’s tallest towers.

Less than a block away, at Ninth and Hope, developer Forest City is planning a 27-story project with 236 units of housing, along with street-level retail and restaurant space.

Apartments at 888 at Grand Hope Park feature raw concrete ceilings, tiled bathrooms, kitchens with Whirlpool appliances, and secure entry throughout the building (via keyless entry fobs).

Select units in the CallisonRTKL-designed development offer 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and private balconies. All residents have access to an outdoor lounge, two clubhouses, and a rooftop deck.

Studios in 888 at Grand Park start at 490 square feet and about $2,200 a month. One-bedroom floor plans rent from $2,475 for a 577-square-foot unit.

Two-bedroom apartments start at $4,255 for a 1,036-square-foot residence, the property’s website show.

Another key amenity: a 30,000 square-foot private park for the tower’s residents, designed by Studio-MLA. The park sits atop a 650-vehicle parking garage built in 2016 as part of the development.

The ground floor of the parking garage contains a PetCo. The new high-rise will hold 6,000 square feet of space for shops on its ground floor.