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The Los Angeles Business Journal Honors Vision on Wilshire at its 2019 Commercial Real Estate Awards

The Los Angeles Business Journal (LABJ) has selected Vision on Wilshire as the Gold Award recipient in the Multi-Family category of the 2019 Commercial Real Estate Awards. The team that included architect Steinberg Hart, developer UDR, Inc., and general contractor MATT Construction Corporation was presented with the honor at an awards ceremony held on February 25th in downtown Los Angeles.

Vision on Wilshire, a LEED-Silver certified building and luxury residential community sited in one of Los Angeles’ most desirable locations, rises 18 stories above Wilshire and Crescent Heights Boulevards to introduce 150 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes, world-class amenities, and street-level retail space. Steinberg Hart’s design of Vision on Wilshire capitalizes on Los Angeles’ iconic sightlines to design a building that provides panoramic views of rolling treetops and the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the San Gabriel mountains, the Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood Sign, Pacific Ocean along Santa Monica’s coastline up to Long Beach, and beyond to the downtown skyline.

“We wanted to create a variety of indoor-outdoor amenity spaces where residents could entertain guests like they would in a home in the Hollywood Hills that has a breathtaking view of the city. When you’re able to get above the city, feel the air, and take in the view from your own private balcony or one of the amenity terraces, it changes your perspective and allows you to enjoy the beauty of Los Angeles in a unique way,” said Steinberg Hart President & CEO David Hart, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP.

The Commercial Real Estate Awards recognizes and honors the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning projects, as well as the most successful broker and broker teams in Los Angeles.

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