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Crown Tower High Rise Condominiums and Lofts for Sale in Los Angeles's Wilshire Corridor.

Crown Towers Condominiums

10701 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Area: Wilshire Corridor, Westwood

Management / HOA Phone #:
(310) 474-3591


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The Crown Towers Condominiums located at 10701 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles on the very desirable Wilshire Boulevard’s Condominiums row and is close to Westwood and Beverly Hills. The Crown Towers built in 1964 has 119 units on 23 floors.
The Crown Towers is a full service high-rise Condominiums offer concierge, valet parking, a fitness center with state of the art equipment, sauna and swimming pool and a conference or banquet hall with catering kitchen... The Crown Tower boasts unbeatable and magnificent views of Los Angeles. The Crown Tower is luxury living at its finest in ideal location blocks from Westfield Century City and southwest of Bel Air east of Brentwood, 20 minutes from downtown L.A. and 10 minutes north of Culver City.


Crown Tower Condominiums

Name: The Crown Tower Condominiums
Address: 10701 Wilshire Blvd.
City: Los Angeles
Zip 90024
Area: Wilshire Corridor, Westwood
Price Range: $300,000 to $1 million+
Type: High Rise
Stories 23
Number of Penthouse N/A
Number of Units 119
Management / HOA Phone# (310) 474-3591
Year Built / Converted 1964
School District L.A. Unified
Builder N/A
Developer N/A
Architects N/A
Service/ Amenities
Concierge Yes
Valet Parking Yes
Fitness Center Yes
Party Room Yes
Pool Yes
Elevator Yes
Parking Yes


All information is subject to change and should be independently verified.


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