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WREN Apartments

Downtown LA Apartments

WREN Apartments

1230 S Olive St
Los Angeles CA 90015
United States

213-510-1273

Business Description

With modern amenities that optimize your day, like poolside cabanas and healthy vending services, Wren is more than a home; it’s a lifestyle. Wren is a luxury apartment community in downtown LA that dares to establish a new standard for apartment living by offering unprecedented amenities, including the First Draft Taproom & Kitchen on-site.

Each of our pet-friendly studio, one, two, and three bedroom downtown LA apartments comes streamlined for comfort. Choose from several spacious floor plans that feature quartz countertops and a stacked washer and dryer. From subway tile backsplashes to gas stoves, find style and convenience in every square foot.

Discover the efficient, indoor/outdoor lifestyle you’re looking for at a community that offers EV-charging stations, dog runs, and an optimally designed pool. Our amenities let you do it all, from socializing on rooftop decks to relaxing in the massive spa or private park.

Located in downtown LA’s dynamic South Park neighborhood, Wren unlocks access to walkable shopping and vibrant cultural events, like concerts at Crypto.com Arena. With this prime spot on the LA Streetcar Track, commuting throughout the neighboring Financial District and Fashion District will be easy.

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Monday9 AM–6 PM
Tuesday9 AM–6 PM
Wednesday9 AM–6 PM
Thursday9 AM–6 PM
Friday9 AM–6 PM
Saturday10 AM–5 PM
Sunday10 AM–5 PM
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