Wallace on Sunset
30 day minimum stay required
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About this property
Steps from Sunset and Vine, Wallace on Sunset is a brand new apartment community that sets a modern stage for residents to realize their greatest aspirations.
Luxury studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes are complete with contemporary quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, hardwood-style vinyl flooring, in-home washer & dryer, and more. Select residences also feature walk-in closets and private patios/balconies. Designed to LEED Silver specifications, the apartment homes feature Energy Star appliances, LED lighting, and smart thermostats.
A curated collection of amenities include an expansive sky deck, fireside lounge and bar with far-reaching views of the Hollywood Hills, a two-story fitness center overlooking Sunset Boulevard, a pool and spa, a fully appointed clubhouse, a dog wash room and a mini dog park, affording residents an entirely convenient home on Sunset Boulevard.
Adjacent to the historic Earl Carroll Theatre-Restaurant and surrounded by boutique eateries, culture-shifting companies, educational institutions and the arts, Wallace on Sunset sits at the threshold of America’s most captivating neighborhood. Blocks away at both Hollywood & Highland and Hollywood & Vine await two Metro stops where residents can access The Metro B line (Red) and L.A.’s other major cultural epicenters. Additionally, the 101 freeway lies just moments away.
Inspired by entertainment owner Earl Carroll’s star performer, Wallace on Sunset embodies the California dream that both he and Beryl Wallace had when bringing Broadway to Hollywood in the late 1930s. Now, find the freedom to live your Hollywood.