The building at Washington and Dell that was an office building converted into condos started by the Lennar Family of Builders as "Pier Pointe Living" in 2007 got some new signage today saying it is now called "Latitude 33" and is being brokered by Andy McMullen at SCO advisors. The building has sat dormant for over a year, halted mid construction.
May 31, 2009
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May 31, 2009
More history. back the early or mid '70s that piece of land the building sits on was a trailer park. Kind of run down, outdoor plumbing place, not a slum as such but not well kept, either. I had friends living there. Then it was bought out and Washington Place was built there. That's the building thats there now. It had shops and resturants on the ground floor, and was kind of nice in an out of place sort of way. No entrance on Washington at all, I think. Like Playa Vista, it had a struggle being built. The grocery store that was where the Postal Anex by the Circle is, moved to Washington Square. Many various stores and restaurants came and went. There was a good sushi bar there when sushi wasn't cool, There was a cool bar on top with a great view. In time, like all Venice, it went through a lot of owners and changes. Then it sort of died and like a zombie god it rose again and is now this.