Oceanwide Holdings has announced that its Oceanwide Plaza mixed-use development project in Los Angeles, US, has topped off its three residential and hotel towers.
Reaching a vertical height of more than 640ft, the project will feature various lifestyle offerings, including 504 residences, a five-star Park Hyatt hotel, and a collection of retailers and restaurants.
The topping off represents an important milestone for the tallest residential tower, the construction of which started in 2015.
Oceanwide Plaza CEO Thomas Feng said: “As one of the largest mixed-use projects in the history of the city, Oceanwide Plaza is not only reshaping the city’s skyline, it is also redefining urban living by curating an amenity-rich lifestyle.
“We believe more than ever that Oceanwide Plaza will be an epicentre for the energy transcending from various focal points within this great city, ensuring that visitors and locals alike arrive for one reason and stay for the rest.”
Oceanwide Plaza will also feature the 184-room Park Hyatt Los Angeles hotel and 164 hotel-serviced Park Hyatt Los Angeles Residences.
In addition, the project features another 340 residences in two south towers set to be known as The Residences at Oceanwide Plaza.
Available amenities include a sprawling two-acre sky park, a fitness centre, a children’s play area, a basketball court, two dog parks and pet grooming services.
Oceanwide Plaza will enlist partners such as CallisonRTKL to introduce an expressive design for the residential towers and hotel. The architecture will also be enhanced by the execution of elements such as glass elevators with LED bands and landscaped retail paseos.
The project is set to be completed next year.