LEVEL Furnished Living Sets the Bar for Fully Furnished Luxury Apartments

By Javier Cepeda Regional Vice President, LEVEL Furnished Living | May 03, 2015

There is a new kind of modern, upscale living available in Downtown Los Angeles' South Park District, with rich amenities and a signature address at 888 S. Olive St. LEVEL Furnished Living – a division of Onni Group, an award-winning Vancouver-based real estate developer – has provided fully furnished, luxury suites combined with an unmatched lifestyle experience at its flagship location in Vancouver for a number of years. Following its success in Canada, LEVEL Furnished Living makes its debut stateside in one of the nation's most vibrant and in-demand destinations: Downtown Los Angeles.

Whether an extended stay, a vacation, job placement or relocation, LEVEL Furnished Living Downtown Los Angeles' stylish yet sophisticated furnished apartments, paired with its attentive staff, provide a seamless transition that allows guests to feel as if they never left home. Every detail is thoughtfully designed to enhance the guest experience with form, function and sumptuous comfort in mind: open layouts; clean lines; floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize natural light; unrivaled services and amenities; and convenient access to some of Downtown Los Angeles' top locales including L.A. LIVE, the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) and the LA Convention Center in addition to some of the city's best cafes, restaurants and boutiques.

Your Luxurious, Downtown Los Angeles 'Home Away from Home'

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LEVEL Furnished Living specializes in high-end, furnished apartments for short-term stays, long-term stays and vacation rentals. It is ideal of guests who seek hotel-like hospitality services such as 24-hour concierge, valet parking and housekeeping but who also want the privacy, comfort and community of residential living. Servicing clientele in search of corporate stays, relocation services, and short-term and long-term rentals in addition to leisure travelers, candidates in training and internship programs, and professionals in the entertainment and media industries, LEVEL Furnished Living is accepting reservations at its newest location in Downtown Los Angeles beginning June 15, 2015.

LEVEL Furnished Living Downtown Los Angeles artfully blends the service and design of a boutique hotel with the space and character of a fully appointed luxury apartment to create a residential atmosphere of sophisticated comfort and style. A striking $200 million tower, LEVEL Furnished Living Downtown Los Angeles features one-, two- and three-bedroom fully furnished residential-style suites that range from 710 to 2,035 square feet with plenty of space to work, play and relax. Living spaces, separated into bedroom, dining and work areas, are contemporary in design. Modern lighting and sleek surfaces are juxtaposed with sliver accents and plush fabrics in a neutral palette of greys, white and navy. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer plenty of natural light and panoramic views of the Los Angeles skyline by day and city lights by night.

Each of the more than 300 suites is outfitted with built-in high-performance Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances; in-suite washer and dryer; a fully equipped kitchen complete with utensils, tableware and cookware; Keurig coffeemakers; luxury linens, bath and home amenities; multiple 40-50" flat-screen smart TVs; in-suite work stations; in-suite safes; ample closet space; blackout drapes and double-pane windows. Open-air balconies, a rarity in Downtown Los Angeles, are standard for all floor plans. To help guests get a good night's rest like a king or queen, LEVEL Furnished Living has partnered with Hypnos to create an exclusive LEVEL bed by Hypnos. The British luxury bed maker is the supplier to the Royal family, Royal Household and Royal residences including Buckingham Palace. For an added comfort to make the guest experience with LEVEL Furnished Living feel just like home, basic cable and utilities such as water, electric, local phone calls, wireless high-speed Internet and air conditioning are included in the rental rates.

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