HousingJapanese-inspired Pendrell by Westbank now renting

Japanese-inspired Pendrell by Westbank now renting

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The design, by Henriquez Partners Architects, includes a Japanese garden and unique public art component.

There’s also a separate amenity building with fitness facility and yoga studio. There’s also a rooftop terrace with BBQ and dining area.

The tower contains 173 market rental units. Twenty-six of the units are classified as “affordable rentals,” to replace the rental housing that was previously on-site.

Photos: 1770 Pendrell by Westbank

Building signage
Building signage.
Tower view
Balcony dividers
Wood-look dividers on balconies.
Rock garden
Rock garden leading to gym and yoga space.
Pendrell Westbank signage
Rental apartment signage.
Pendrell Westbank public art
Public art.
Pendrell Westbank tower
Tower looking skyward.
Pendrell Westbank public art
Explanation of ‘Still Standing’, the public art component by Samuel Roy-Bois.
Pendrell Westbank entrance
Building entrance.
Pendrell Westbank rentals building
West frontage of 1770 Pendrell.
Pendrell Westbank rentals building
Tower with public art component.

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