13200 Pacific Promenade, Playa Vista, CA
Exterior of Crescent Walk
|Number of Units||116|
|Number of Floors||4|
|Construction Method||Wood Frame|
|Type of Roof||IRMA|
|13200 Pacific Promenade, Playa Vista, CA|
|Distance to Public Transit||Within 0.2 miles|
|Title of Land||Condominium|
Crescent Walk is a four story building with 116 units developed and designed by AVRP Studios. It is located in the Playa Vista area southeast of downtown Los Angeles, near the shore of the Pacific Ocean. Contemporary single level and multi-level loft style condominiums are offered at Crescent Walk.
The building offers amenities at the Center Pointe Club, where residents can enjoy a range of amenities from the Jr. Olympic size pool with solar heating to the small oval shaped pool for children. A spa, fitness center, free weights, showers, business center with computers, and a twenty three seat theater are all available to residents at Crescent Walk.
Other amenities include private meeting rooms, library, and a community entertainment hall with a full kitchen, bar, pool table, and flat screen TV, and barbecues. A newly built elementary school is nearby. Crescent Park is also across the street with a putting green, fountains, and a lounging area.
Located in the Playa Vista area nearby Marina Del Ray, the convenient location offers ocean shore convenience with easy access to Santa Monica to the north, Inglewood to the east, and Hawthorne to the south. Downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood are about a 30 minute drive from Playa Vista.
Loyola Marymount University is located just a couple of blocks away from Crescent Walk, where you can also find outdoor areas like Page Baseball Stadium and Sullivan Field. The CentrePointe Club amenities and Playa Vista Park are directly across from the complex.
Marina Del Ray is nearby, as well as Burton Chace Park and Culver Marina Little League Park. The area is not considered to be the best walking or transit area, but some restaurants, cafes, and shopping can be found nearby. A five minute drive away is the Del Rey Lagoon Park near the shore of the Pacific Ocean.
Built on a lot size of 68,267 square feet, Crescent Walk is a wood frame four story building offering 116 residences. The Contemporary architectural style features designs of Spain with exterior stucco in warm colors like yellow, beige, and orange. The roof line is irregular and varies in elevation with a peaked, concave roof feature. 
Layout and Features
Crescent Walk condominiums are designed in both one and two bedroom floor plans that range in size from 642 square feet to 1300 square feet. Some of the homes are multi-level loft style with high ceilings, while others are single level. Many of the homes have balconies and the street level units offer their own private entryways and direct access to the garage parking.
Layouts at Crescent Walk feature two level loft style condominiums with 18 foot vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, built-in kitchens with large pantries and granite counter tops, gas cooking, stacked in-unit washer & dryers, breakfast bars, and balconies with views.
Central heating and air conditioning is used throughout the residences.
Few floor plans are available for Crescent Walk. Here is an example.
Amenities offered at Crescent Walk include:
- CenterPointe Club
- Meeting Rooms
- Kitchen & Bar
- Pool Table
- Exercise Facility
- Barbeque & Lounge Area
|Crescent Walk Bylaws|
Pets and rentals are allowed at Crescent Walk.
There are no age restrictions placed on ownership.
Crescent Walk features energy-efficient appliances and lighting with central heating and cooling systems and double-pane, energy efficient windows. Nearby amenities allow for car-free transportation.
The nearby area and attraction of Marina Del Rey is a sought after seaside community in Los Angeles nearby Crescent Walk residences. The marina itself is the world's largest man-made harbor with 19 marinas and room for 5,300 boats. It is currently home port to approximately 6,500 boats, and is said to be the county's most valuable resource.
Its history dates back to the late 1800's when the area was occupied by a salt-marsh fed by fresh water from the Ballona Creek. The area was then frequented by duck hunters, but few others. The area was declared economically impractical after a visit in 1916 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A reevaluation was ordered in 1936, giving the area another chance as U.S. Congress persisted. The area still lost out to San Pedro as a commercial harbor and development.
Finally in 1953, a loan of $2 million was authorized to fund the construction of Marina Del Rey. Millions of dollars in damage was caused during construction from a winter storm in 1962 to 1963. The marina was complete by 1965. The total cost of construction was $36.25 million.
Today, Marina Del Rey offers a peaceful and sought-after residence, with an estimated population of 8,866 people.
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