151 S. Olive St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
A Grand Architectural Statement, Made Personal.
Destined to revolutionize DTLA into a globally renowned place to shop, dine, play, and stay, The Grand will give rise to a new focal point for culture, dining, retail, and living. The Grand marries Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry’s 30-year dream for DTLA with Related’s prolific development legacy of transforming how people live by reimagining where they live. The Grand by Gehry residential tower is a one-of-a-kind collaboration between four creative visionaries. Developed by Related Companies, it features architecture by Gehry, public spaces designed by the Rockwell Group, and residential interiors by Ingrao, Inc
Coming Soon. Leasing Early 2022.
A Grand Experience
The Grand by Gehry will feature world-class residences including the ultra-premium Top of the Grand collection starting on floor 29. Both residential offerings feature pristine interiors designed by AD100 firm, Ingrao Inc., with subtle yet profound differences in materials, layouts, views, and services that provide each offering its unique character.
The Grand by Gehry introduces a lifestyle never before realized in DTLA. Its vast indoor and outdoor amenities designed by Rockwell Group invite residents to enjoy a California sensibility, with the ease of high-rise living. At the same time, the promise of Related’s superior in-home services, exclusive local access, and on-site programming enhance the residential experience at every touchpoint.
“With the Grand, We’re Not Just Building Buildings; We’re Building Places.”
- FRANK GEHRY
Grand Ave Arts Corridor
With its undeniably global appeal, The Grand LA is designed to enhance life for residents by bringing DTLA’s best dining, experiences, and shopping to their front door. For those who make The Grand by Gehry their home, it will offer an integrated living experience unlike any other.
Sharing the Grand Avenue Arts Corridor with the largest collection of cultural institutions in Los Angeles, The Grand is destined to be the new epicenter of culture in LA.