Extraordinary engineering and materials elevate the experience of 8899 Beverly in every residence. From the seamless indoor-outdoor living afforded by the Vitrocsa glass system to the custom hardware featured in each residence, the craftsmanship of 8899 Beverly infuses the residential experience with unexpected artistry.
All Tower Residences feature Vitrocsa, an ultra- high-end, Swiss made, museum-quality operable glazing system, which uses structural glass (rather than structural frames), thereby minimizing frames to a mere 3/4″ width. Triple-glazed, ultraclear low-iron glass, sourced from Germany, ensures glass of incredible flatness that slides effortlessly on precision ball-bearing tracks manufactured in a Swiss watchmaking facility, thus creating the first-ever fully flush stone floor and wood ceiling transitions
in a residential building.
Hand Crafted Door Handles
Designed by Tom Kundig, each residence features custom solid bronze, leather wrapped-and-stitched entry door handles. This particular object is a custom-designed solid bronze and leather wrapped and stitched door handle, and becomes the “handshake of the building” as Kundig likes to say, welcoming owners home.
Every material selected for the amenity spaces and private residences at 8899 Beverly possesses exceptional quality and character all its own.
- White oak entry door with bronze entry portal and Tom Kundig–designed solid-bronze and leather-wrapped door handle
- Fumed and wire-brushed 8 ⅝” wide-plank French white oak flooring
- Up to 11” ceilings, with wood soffits atop exterior terraces, and wood ceilings with integrated cove lighting
- Floor-to-ceiling Vitrocsa glass and curtain wall throughout, with flush frames
Washer and vented dryers
Integrated pockets for roll-down sheer shades at entertaining areas and both sheer and blackout curtains at bedrooms
- Lutron Radio RA lighting controls, with wireless remote control and scene setting throughout all units
- Showers featuring integrated custom linear drains, stone benches, full- length stone niches, integrated cove lighting and ½” thick Starphire shower glass with no visible frames
- Chrome Dornbracht fixtures and traditional rain and hand shower
- Toto Legato toilets
- “Her” master bathroom with Italian silver travertine, and “his” master bathroom with Brazilian Luce di Luna stone throughout
- Powder rooms with custom cantilevered concrete vanities and bronze-tinted mirrors