Respect the History.Rebuild the Community.Reimagine the Mile.

Cafès and restaurants with outdoor seating… wide, tree-lined sidewalks… shops, stores and desirable services… and a value system centered around respectful development, pedestrian-friendly transit, environmental consciousness, community-building, and quality of life.

Our project at 5411 Wilshire Boulevard is a state-of-the-art, mixed-use residential high-rise running between Cloverdale Avenue and Cochran Avenue, just steps from the forthcoming Metro Purple Line Station at La Brea Avenue.

As the property owner here across three generations and more than five decades, the Marks family knows, respects and values this neighborhood. We’ve designed an elegant high-rise representing the very best elements of L.A.’s new approach to urban living…affectionately called Mirabel.

The Marks Family’s Commitment to L.A.

Wilshire Revival

Sustainable Design

Transit-Oriented Future

Generations of Angelenos

Wilshire Revival

Sustainable Design

Transit-Oriented Future

Mirabel, by the Numbers


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Investment in Miracle Mile

Miracle Mile Benefits

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Pedestrian Experience

New sidewalk texture and façade

treatments celebrate the historic

elements of the original streamline

moderne architecture, framed by

broad, landscaped sidewalks lined

with outdoor seating, shade trees,

and bike parking.

Housing Near Transit and Mobility Options

An on-site rideshare pick-up/drop-off

location in the building’s porte-cochère

will combine with e-bike, car-sharing

services, and a transit management

plan, incentivizing employees and

residents to engage with multiple

immediate transit options other than

one driver, one car.

Sustainable, Responsible Development

The design concept incorporates the

WELL Building Standard™️, drought-

tolerant landscaping, and new housing

located near transit resources – a critical

path to reducing traffic congestion and

promoting sustainability in our city.

Parks and Open Space Investment

A contribution of approximately $4M

in fees from this project will go toward

local parks and open space in and around

the Miracle Mile.

Neighborhood Character and Our Local Economy

New retailers and job opportunities

on site will include Wilshire-facing

restaurants with sidewalk dining, a

coffee house on Cochran, and

neighborhood-serving retail, making

the most of the wide sidewalks and

newly-landscaped street edge. The

increased foot traffic from new

residents will also help boost

patronage of neighboring businesses.

The Future of Parking

Ample on-site parking for patrons

of the retail shops will include EV

charging and car-sharing services.

Generous parking for residents

and employees will be

accommodated by an automated

parking system, with EV capacity

for every stall in the assembly.

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on the future of Miracle Mile.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m

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