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Miracle Mile residence tower is going heavy on the amenities

A 42-story Art Deco-inspired residential tower is being planned for the heart of Miracle Mile district at 5411 Wilshire Boulevard, according the L.A. Times. The project has a $400 million price tag, and will be developed by the family of Wilshire Boulevard real estate developer Walter N. Marks.The

As now envisioned, the 5411 Wilshire high-rise development would have 371 apartments and a slew of high-end amenities, including an outdoor deck on the fifth floor big enough for a park with trees, flowers and a perimeter walking trail overlooking the city. There will be a dog exercise area, barbecues and two swimming pools, with attractions clearly targeted to millennial tastes.

In addition to a gym, the building will have a two-lane bowling alley, a virtual reality gaming room, a golf simulator, dog-grooming space, demonstration kitchen, wine-tasting counter, billiard room and yoga studio. On the 42nd story will be a private rooftop garden and lounge.

Tenants will step out of their cars and leave them to a robotic system that will park them underground and charge them if they are electric vehicles.

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