NoHo Art District Apartments

We are almost ready to start construction of our new development project "NoHo10 Apartments" located in the heart of NoHo Art District, North Hollywood CA. 

We passed CRA (Community Redevelopment Agency) plan check, and are ready for final plan check clearances. NoHo10 Apartments consists of 10 new type of live/work units with double height ceilings, roof decks and floor to ceiling windows. It would be a great addition to a NoHo Art District neighborhood and we can't wait to see it built. 

Our official website for NoHo10 will be launched soon at If you are interested to find out more about leasing information, you can contact us at

For investment opportunities please contact

NoHo10 Unit Schedule

2 Units on the Ground Level  - 1 Bedroom Work/Live 

4 Units on the Second Level - 1 Bedroom Work/Live

3 Units on the Third Level - 1 Bedroom Work/Live with Private Roof Decks

1 Penthouse Unit on the Third Level - 2 Bedrooms Work/Live with Private Roof Deck

Physical Model of the NoHo10 Apartments

Physical Model of the NoHo10 Apartments


Melrose Station Bar

Finally we can share our new built project in Hollywood, CA. The Melrose Station - Speakeasy Bar/Restaurant.

If you would like to visit and experience the bar, please visit



Melrose Station is the Hollywood's new modern speakeasy bar. The idea was to create a hidden bar that would evoke the feeling of being transported back in time. The concept of drinking alcohol in a "secret" location is intended to give off a feeling of the prohibition period. It was very important for us to integrate the feeling of the 1920s era, when alcohol was illegal in the U.S. 

Guests who find their way to the "secret" bar, will have the opportunity to experience the hidden passageway to the station, which is disguised inside of the adjacent popular hookah lounge in Hollywood. 

The Melrose Station is an invitation-only establishment, and the only way for guests to gain entry into the hidden bar is to obtain a “train ticket” that normally would be used to board the train. Once inside the secret passageway and with the train tickets in hand, visitors would be allowed to pass into the nightspot through a vintage telephone booth. Shortly after the "time warp" they would be immersed by the aesthetic design of the 1920s train stations.


Designer: Archillusion Design | Photographer: Katya Grozovskaya


Our Project in National Geographic Magazine


Hey Everyone!

We are honored to have our project "CasaPlutonia" on the second page of the National Geographic Traveller Magazine UK, as one of the future must visit destinations in California. So If you are in UK or Europe, go buy the new issue of National Geographic Traveller Magazine or download it using online app and check out our new project.