Ray Kappe Apartment Complex – Architectural
Baldwin Hills Mid Century Modern Building

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex interior

Multi-unit apartment complex, Ray Kappe FAIA – 1958. The work of Kappe is considered by some to be an extension of the earlier SoCal modern architects like Wright, Neutra and Schindler.

Ray Kappe Apartment Complex interior illustration

This modernist complex was built not long after Kappe gained hands-on experience as a draftsman for Eichler Homes and eventually worked under renowned architect Carl Maston.

This one-of-a-kind apartment complex exhibits a classic mid-century modern aesthetic. Located at the base of the red-hot market in Baldwin Hills Estates, this eight-unit complex was built on a concrete block foundation and includes a secure entry from the alley.

The spacious ground floor units feature 10ft high ceilings with their own private enclosed patios. Six of the eight total units have been updated with features such as new flooring, upgraded bathrooms, granite countertops, and upgraded kitchens with premium fixtures and appliances.

Several of the units have fantastic views of downtown Los Angeles and Beverly Hills from their private balconies.  The complex is made up of three separate structures located on a large hillside lot with the possibility to create an owner-unit on the property.

Four double-car enclosed garages are securely accessed by tenants through the alley.  Nearby Baldwin Hills is booming with new development and the property is centrally located, making it an excellent opportunity to benefit from the surrounding growth.

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