Los Angeles High Rise Condos

Los Angeles High Rise Condo Buildings

Find the latest Los Angeles high rise condos for sale and real estate listings below. Condo towers in Los Angeles reside in the L.A. Basin. Depending on the direction a particular unit faces, residents of highrise buildings in Los Angeles can expect to enjoy the sights of any one or more of the following: Catalina Island, city lights, golf Courses, marina, Pacific Ocean, parks, or the Santa Monica Mountains.

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High Rise Real Estate Lisings

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Los Angeles High Rise FAQs

Where is the best place to hunt for high rise condos?

Condo shoppers can find the highest concentration of high rise buildings in Los Angeles between Downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica, especially along Wilshire Boulevard. Here's an overview of the best areas, from east to west:

The Eastside includes Downtown L.A., Koreatown, and Hollywood. Each of these three parts of town sports a decent number of highrises with a mix of condos and lofts. Lofts are generally less expensive, thus highly popular with first-time homebuyers. Plus, the neighborhoods mentioned above have a high concentration of amenities like restaurants and bars that give their residents a feeling that they live in denser big cities like New York (Manhattan, mainly). What's more, METRO's Red Line connects all three areas. East Coast transplants feel right at home.

West Hollywood has many iconic luxury towers often cited in tabloids due to their high profile residents, typically celebrities du jour. Many units in the Mid Century Modern style towers here are on the small side (~1500 square feet) as developers designed them as apartment buildings (units for lease), which later converted to condo buildings (units for sale).

Beverly Hills has fewer high rise buildings than other parts of Los Angeles County because its residents and civic leaders prefer to keep a lid (pun intended) on tall buildings that would disrupt the city's skyline. Voters love to strike down tower projects.

Century City, which abuts Beverly Hills, has several luxury towers. The contrast between building heights in the two neighborhoods are stark. From afar, it's easy to spot the border between the two areas as Century City's condo buildings jut skyward mere feet from it.

Continuing westward, Wilshire Corridor has a very high concentration of luxury towers over ten stories. It's on par with Downtown Los Angeles in terms of inventory, but the vibe here is decidedly staider. Wilshire Boulevard is a major thoroughfare, wide and meandering, not like a typical urban grid system. The neighborhood is neither compact nor dense with services like restaurants, cafes, and theatres, all of which require a small bit of travel. However, nearly every building here is full-service with valets, concierges, and security.

The westernmost reaches of Los Angeles, where real estate shoppers can find high rise apartments for sale, include Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica (along Ocean Avenue), and Marina del Rey (along Admiralty Way). Each of these areas is close to beaches and parks. The towers in Marina Del Rey overlook the marina itself.

What kind of amenities can I expect?

High rise buildings are typically staffed with security guards, a concierge, and a valet.

The homeowners' common areas and building amenities might include a deck, extra storage, a fitness center/gym, secure underground parking, a spa, and a swimming pool.

Individual apartments typically have central air systems, in-suite laundry (washer/dryer), and a balcony.

Condo Search

Bookmark this page to stay on top of the newest condos in high rise buildings; this page is updated with Los Angeles listings several times per day (about every 15 minutes).

On each property detail page you will find the price, year built, the size of the high rise condo (square feet), the size of the lot, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and other important details. You can also review exterior features as well as the architectural style of the building. If any appliances or other personal property are included with the sale, those will also be noted.

Listings contain detailed property information such as the number of days the property has been on the market (DOM), the MLS number, and whether the listing status is active, under contract, or pending).

When available, Los Angeles neighborhood details will be included along with a map, local schools, and similar condo units for sale nearby.

Los Angeles Realtors®

Buying or selling a condo? If you're looking to buy a home, contact our Los Angeles high rise real estate agents; we're the LOCAL experts and can answer all of your condo buying and local neighborhood questions.

If you're thinking of selling your condo in the Los Angeles area, our listing agents can provide you with disclosures, the date and price of recently sold homes nearby, up-to-date Los Angeles real estate market information, and previous sales history.