Brookfield Residential Unveils Two of Its Final Single-Family Neighborhoods in Playa Vista

February 5, 2016— Playa Vista, the connected urban community on the Westside of Los Angeles, is debuting two of its final new, luxury detached home collections: Everly and Marlowe. Both...

February 5, 2016— Playa Vista, the connected urban community on the Westside of Los Angeles, is debuting two of its final new, luxury detached home collections: Everly and Marlowe. Both neighborhoods are built by Brookfield Residential and both join the highly successful 2014 launch of Playa Vista’s newest neighborhoods near The Resort and Runway at Playa Vista. These exciting homes– which energized the Westside real estate market – are among the final new residences ever available at Playa Vista.

“Our previous collections of new homes are almost completely sold out,” said Alison Girard, Playa Vista’s Director of Marketing for Brookfield Residential, developer of the community. “We have responded to market demand with neighborhoods that emphasize smart spaces, style and flexibility. Detached, yet connected to surrounding community amenities, their contemporary, vertical design includes space and privacy within Playa Vista’s vibrant urban environment, with private outdoor space and room options suited to the Westside lifestyle.”

Everly is a collection of 55 three-story, detached residences offering up to 2,449 square feet, with three-to-five bedrooms, three ½ to four baths and two-car private garages plus one guest space. Prices start in the $2,000,000s. The homes are designed by Bassenian Lagoni Architects and just opened in November.

Marlowe is comprised of 30 sophisticated, three-story detached residences offering up to 3,341 square feet. Marlowe offers four to five bedrooms, 3 ½ baths and two-car private garages plus one guest space. Designed by Robert Hidey Architects, the homes are anticipated to start from the high $2,000,000s.

Innovations in these new neighborhoods include exciting interior specifications, expansive windows, optional creative offices, gourmet kitchens, tech spaces, lofts and private outdoor spaces and decks for outdoor living. The homes’ “boomerang”-shaped floorplate design maximizes space in the home, views of the surrounding community, and allows for two-car, private garages with an additional guest parking space for each home.

Playa Vista’s other active for-sale neighborhoods, Skylar and Camden, have sold over 150 homes since opening in mid-2014, answering the market demand for new residences on the Westside. Many of these buyers have come from the tech and creative industries flocking to Playa Vista and Silicon Beach.

“The Campus at Playa Vista has attracted titans such as Google, Yahoo, YouTube Space LA and Facebook, along with creative powerhouses 72andSunny and USC’s Institute of Creative Technologies,” said Girard. “Playa Vista has become the Westside address of choice, both for these companies and for their employees, as well as for entertainment professionals seeking easier commutes and new homes with tech spaces and home-office options.”

Both Everly and Marlowe are also walkably close to Runway, the Westside’s newest social and retail epicenter, with Whole Foods Market as well as Cinemark Playa Vista and XD theaters, CVS Pharmacy, N’ice Cream, Starbucks, Urban Plates and Hopdoddy restaurants, AT&T, Chase Bank. Wells Fargo and more.

Design options and other information can be found at Studio 3, the Everly and Marlowe Sales Gallery at 12700 W. Millennium Drive.

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