Embraced on all sides by the culture and style of West LA, The Preston Apartments in Miracle Mile is conveniently located on Miracle Mile-the ultimate destination for Los Angeles' hottest attractions. Ideally situated within seconds of The Grove, Rodeo Drive, the Beverly Center and the fine dining and world-class shopping of Robertson Boulevard, the community is perfectly positioned at the crossroads of Los Angeles style and Beverly Hills chic. In addition to its coveted location, The Preston Miracle Mile boasts stylish interiors reflective of its trendy setting. Stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, fireplaces and custom marble and granite countertops are just a few of the beautiful features which make up our beautiful contemporary apartment homes. Visit us today and immerse yourself in the style and culture of one of Los Angeles' most coveted neighborhoods. With a backdrop of modern Hollywood glamour and the comfort and convenience of home, the possibilities are endless.
LIVING IN STYLE
Presenting studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments, the lavish finishes and spacious layouts at The Preston Miracle Mile complement your twenty-first-century urban lifestyle. Cooking and serving meals is a pleasure thanks to kitchens with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and breakfast bars. An in-home washer and dryer ensure sheer convenience as well.
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The classy poolside lounge with grilling stations elevates the typical barbecue get-together to the level of an elegant soirée. In The Workshop, the community’s twenty-four-hour fitness center, you can sculpt your physique using the state-of-the-art equipment. The Paw Park offers the perfect place to indulge your furry friend in a game of fetch as you socialize with other pet-loving neighbors.
DISCOVER LOS ANGELES
The Preston Miracle Mile residents enjoy living in the heart of L.A.’s historic agricultural district where, within a few minutes’ walk, they can visit both the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the original Farmers Market, which opened in 1934 and has grown to include world-famous shopping and dining destinations.