By Billy Taylor

Located at 610 S. Van Ness Ave., Windsor Row intersects the bustling and hip Korea-town neighborhood with the leafy residential streets of Windsor Square and nearby Hancock Park.

Replacing a run-down house and crumbling parking lot full of abandoned vehicles, the new townhouse project is made up of two facing contemporary four-story structures designed with six townhomes on each side, centered on a gated courtyard shared by residents that includes a stream that meanders along fresh landscaping. Each townhome includes a direct entrance to a work-from-home office suite, an outdoor patio, roof deck and private two-car garage.

Dubbed as a refined modern retreat among the urban landscape of Los Angeles, Windsor Row aims to redefine what a community of architectural condominiums can look like.

“It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before,” said agent Michele Sanchez as she revealed to us last month the master suite complete with a walk-through closet, spa-like bath and an enclosed terrace. “The aesthetic is very unique in that it is both modern and warm.”

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