Universal Condominiums, built in 1963, is a a striking Mid-Century Modern development in the Hollywood Hills by Ray Kappe, FAIA, Architect. Centrally located south of the Boulevard in the Cahuenga Pass, this well-maintained building is close to the shops and restaurants of Hollywood, Studio City and Universal City and a short bicycle ride to the Hollywood Bowl.
Universal Condominiums represents the best of the award-winning architect's signature style. Encompassing clean straightforward design, tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass, a strong connection to the outdoors and an abundance of natural light. The development consists of 12 units available in one and two bedroom layouts ranging from 765 square feet up to 1,350 square feet. The homeowners of these units have either maintained the original mid-century design finishes or either extensively upgraded them with modern touches of today. The specious balconies are either nested in the trees and or boast spectacular city views.
Amenities include controlled access, a pool and secure parking.