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These New Restaurants Make Living Here Even Better

No dining destination in Los Angeles is quite like the Melrose District. While restaurants like Catch and Nobu continue to draw foodies from near and far, there are five new hotspots taking the culinary scene by storm. And the best part? Owners at The Melrose Collection are mere moments from each. Without further ado, here’s the hottest new restaurants in West Hollywood you’ll want to reserve a table at, right now

Casa Madera

From the team behind Noble 33 hospitality (think Toca Madre and Sparrow Italia) comes Casa Madera, a glamorous new Mayan Riviera-inspired restaurant at the Mondrian. Replete with modern, organic details and a spectacular menu to match, Casa Madera has already drawn celebrity guests like Ty Dolla $ign and Anderson .Paak since opening on January 14. Needless to say, the restaurant is on its way to becoming one of WeHo’s most coveted reservations.

Courtesy of Casa Madera


Upscale Japanese restaurant Koi has re-entered the chat. In early January, the renowned restaurant concept reopened its doors in the adjacent building on La Cienega, bringing a sleek, new look to its Los Angeles flagship. Here, Chef Rob Lucas’ menu is as mouth-watering as ever, featuring longtime favorites like Koi crispy rice and miso-bronzed cod — with a side celebrity spotting. Snag a table and thank us later. 

Courtesy of Saltie Girl

Saltie Girl

East Coast seafood on Sunset Boulevard? Say no more. Hailing from Boston, Saltie Girl is one of LA’s most highly anticipated restaurants bringing seafood towers, tinned fish, lobster rolls and so much more to its new location that formerly housed Wahlburgers (we’re seeing a Boston theme here). Complete with green quartzite, polished teak walls and brushed brass, the restaurant gives off an edgy, nautical vibe that’s hard to beat. 

Courtesy of Koi

Great White

Everyone’s favorite Australian café concept touched down on Melrose Avenue in November, and it’s still as popular as ever. Housed in a chic pink building with coastal-inspired interiors, Great White offers fresh and delicious fare like bowls, burgers and pizzas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And let’s not forget their selection of crushable natural wines that make this spot a buzzy, eclectic joint to gather on the weekends. 

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Coming Soon: APB

You heard it here first — APB, a secluded plant-based bar, is opening on Melrose Avenue in late February. Here, Chef Niko of Niku Nashi Sushi will be serving up vegan sushi and izakaya dishes, in addition to delicious cocktails, mocktails and more. And guess what? They’ll be open until 2am for your yummiest late-night cravings. Be sure to follow along on Instagram for the latest updates.

Come home to The Melrose Collection and enjoy a front-row seat to LA’s most sought-after dining. Click here to schedule a private, in-person tour of our three communities today.

Your Guide to Holiday Shopping in the Melrose District

Los Angeles is bursting at the seams with world-class shops and boutiques across its 502 square miles, but there’s one pocket in particular that’s flush with everything from luxe global brands to unique vintage finds. The Melrose District. And lucky for those who live in The Melrose Collection’s three distinct communities, this shopping goldmine rests directly at their doorstep. With the holiday season in full swing, we’ve curated the ultimate guide to our favorite neighborhood retailers so you can check off your shopping list with total ease this month. 


Galerie Half

Set just a little outside the Melrose District, Galerie Half is a vintage and antique showroom that specializes in mid-century furniture and lighting design. And let’s just say it feels nothing short of a high-end, luxury Pinterest board. Head here to shop everything from sleek Hans Wegner chairs to 19th century art. 

6911 Melrose Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90038

Instagram: @galerie_half

Nickey Kehoe

Contemporary homeware, vintage furnishings, artful lighting — Nickey Kehoe is an elegant showroom set just a little beyond the Melrose District where you’ll find everything and more for the design lover in your life. 

7266 Beverly Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90036

Instagram: @nickeykehoe

Nicole Sassaman

Located on Robertston, Nicole Sassaman is an elegant showroom featuring a dream-worthy collection of gifts, artwork, sculptures, homegoods and accessories. Come here to shop coffee table books, candles, collector pieces and so much more. 

116 Robertson Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90048

Instagram: @nicole_sassaman



With curated designer and vintage collections for both men and women, Maxfield is one of Los Angeles’ most iconic purveyors of style. From Marni and Bottega Veneta for the ladies to Saint Laurent and Moncler for the guys, Maxfield offers a one-stop shop for the most discerning gifter and giftee.

8825 Melrose Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90069

Instagram: @maxfieldla

The RealReal

The leader in luxury resale, The RealReal is teeming with top-tier clothing, bags and jewelry from designers like Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Prada. Plus, their Melrose Avenue location offers a cafe with free WiFi for a pre- or post-shopping respite. 

8500 Melrose Avenue 

Los Angeles, CA 90069

Instagram: @therealreal

Fred Segal

This legendary lifestyle brand has been an LA mainstay for decades. Their flagship store on Sunset features more than 21,000 square feet of curated, out-of-the-box labels for everyone on your list — including the kids. 

8500 Sunset Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90069

Instagram: @fredsegal


Book Soup

The largest independent bookstore in Hollywood and a true Los Angeles landmark, Book Soup houses 60,000+ titles and hosts more than 300 author events and signings each year. And if your giftee isn’t much of a reader, you can explore the store’s curated collection of vinyl records.  

8818 Sunset Blvd. 

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Instagram: @booksoup

The Melrose Trading Post

Open every Sunday at Fairfax High School from 9am to 5pm, this open-air market features an ever-changing selection of arts and crafts, antique furniture, handcrafted goods, vintage fashion and one-of-a-kind treasures. 

7850 Melrose Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90036

Instagram: @melrosetradingpost

Candle Delirium

You can never go wrong with a candle. This WeHo staple is stocked with a wide selection of high-end, scented candles in a chic, industrial space. From Diptyque to Nest, you’ll find the candle game’s biggest names in this delicious-smelling shop. 

7980 Santa Monica Blvd.

West Hollywood, CA 90046

Instagram: @candledelirium


Violet Grey

For the beauty-lovers on your list, look no further than Violet Grey. The Melrose Place boutique offers a curated selection of cosmetics, body care, supplements and fragrances from internationally renowned icons like La Mer and Vintner’s Daughter to LA-born brands like Kayo Beauty. 

8452 Melrose Place

Los Angeles, CA 90069

Instagram: @violetgrey

Raya Skin Care Salon

Gift the gift of self-care this season. Raya Skin Care Salon is a luxe day spa offering deep tissue massages, 24-karat gold facials, sumptuous body scrubs and more. Purchase a gift card or grab a few skincare products for age-defying stocking stuffers. 

533 N. La Cienega Blvd.

West Hollywood, CA 90048

Instagram: @rayaspa


P.volve is a low-impact workout based on functional movement using resistance equipment and special kits. They offer online and in-person classes with movement specialists and trainers, as well as a full shop of products for the pilates fanatic in your life. 

8447 Melrose Ave.

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Instagram: @pvolvelosangeles

Learn more about our coveted location in the heart of the Melrose District and schedule a private, in-person tour of The Melrose Collection’s three communities today.

West Hollywood Turns 38:
A Guide to the City’s Best

Set within the glamorous heart of Los Angeles, West Hollywood has long been fabled for its swanky clubs, live music venues, world-class restaurants, hip stores and more — and the same stands true today. Ringing in its 38th year of cityhood just this week, WeHo has managed to uphold its place as one of the trendiest, most inclusive places to live and work in LA. 

And lucky for those who live at The Addison and The Ainsley — and soon-to-be The Alfred — it’s all right here, simply waiting to be explored. Dive in below and discover the best of West Hollywood at your doorstep. 

Buzzworthy Restaurants & Bars

Ever since West Hollywood was incorporated as an independent city in 1984, its culinary scene has held an undeniable allure. You could find the biggest names in Hollywood at hotspots like Dan Tana’s, Formosa Cafe and Chateau Marmont, all of which remain staples today. And still, the most renowned chefs look to West Hollywood to open their next big spot. From Horses to Great White to De Buena Planta, the city is home to some of the best new restaurants not only in Los Angeles, but the world. As for bars, there’s never been any competition for West Hollywood. Delilah, Norah, Melrose Place, E.P. & L.P., Tower Bar, Beauty & Essex, The Abbey — the list of after-hour haunts goes on.

Designer Stores & Vintage Boutiques 

It’s impossible to talk about the perks of living in West Hollywood without touching on its top-tier shopping scene. From high-end global brands to small boutiques, the city is sprawling with options for anyone and everyone. The Melrose District is home to the best spots around for vintage shopping, from Melrose Trading Post to Reformation Vintage, while Maxfield and the Beverly Center boast the world’s biggest luxury names. 

World-Class Entertainment 

While Hollywood is synonymous with cinema, West Hollywood is undoubtedly synonymous with music. Since the beginning, WeHo has played host to Los Angeles’ most iconic music venues, from the Troubadour to The Roxy — both of which continue to bring in the industry’s most notable names today. And if live shows aren’t your thing, you’ll still find endless options for entertainment throughout the city, including stand-up at both the legendary Comedy Store on Sunset and Hollywood Improv on Melrose. Here, there’s absolutely no shortage of opportunities to immerse in the art of performance. 

Refreshing Outdoor Activities

West Hollywood’s urban landscape is brimming with around-the-clock conveniences, but that’s not to say a rich outdoor scene isn’t just moments away. Minutes from your doorstep at The Melrose Collection you’ll find some of the city’s most coveted trails and parks, including the celeb-favorite Runyon Canyon, Beverly Gardens Park, Wattles Garden and more. There are very few cities where you can revel in the best of both urban life and nature, and West Hollywood just so happens to be one. 

Claim your dream West Hollywood lifestyle at The Melrose Collection. Get in touch to reserve a private tour of our boutique communities today.

Meet The Bees at The Ainsley

The Wonders of Beeswax 
Wednesday, November 2 | 3 – 4pm 
The Ainsley 
728 N Sweetzer Ave
West Hollywood, CA

Honey bees are famous for their sweet honey, but there are more products from the hive to discover! Join us for an hour-long artisanal workshop led by Alvéole and get hands-on experience making your own beeswax candle from scratch. You’ll even get to take home a curated Melrose Collection honey jar!

Attendance is limited to 20 people. ‘Bee’ sure to RSVP before your spot flies away! Add an event reminder to your calendar by visiting “Upcoming Events” on The Ainsley’s MyHive website, located on the righthand side.


Don’t Miss These 4 Fall Activities Near The Melrose Collection

All around West Hollywood, locals are relishing the cooler temperatures and crisp morning air. It’s officially autumn, and with the new season comes an abundance of activities happening around The Melrose Collection.

Be sure to add these must-do activities to your calendar this fall:

1. Go Apple Picking in Oak Glen, California
There’s nothing quite like a cup of apple cider and a warm donut. Good news — even in sunny SoCal, you can find apple orchards within reach. This fall, head out from your residence at The Melrose Collection to Oak Glen, where apples are ripe for picking. Get your camera ready to capture colorful foliage and scenic views of the mountains. Less than a two-hour drive away, this Insta-worthy activity is the perfect day trip with friends. Bring your pup, too! Many of the orchards are dog-friendly.

2. Shop for Fall Fashion at Designer Stores
Scarves, sweaters and stockings make a comeback this season, seen on every corner of the Melrose District. Fortunately, all the best names in high fashion are within walking distance when you live at The Melrose Collection, such as Chloe, Balmain, Marc Jabos and more. Jump on the latest trends in one afternoon and unbox your favorite finds once you’ve returned to the comfort of your home at The Addison, The Ainsley or soon-to-come, The Alfred.

3. Catch an Outdoor Movie at the Melrose Rooftop Theatre
Cozy up under a blanket and watch popular films this fall, including the likes of Moulin Rouge, La La Land and Jurassic Park. Just a few blocks away from The Melrose Collection, the Melrose Rooftop Theatre hosts outdoor movie screenings nearly every night. Enjoy a cocktail, take in views of the Hollywood Hills and get in the mood for an evening full of fall fun. 

4. Celebrate Oktoberfest at the Pomona Fairplex

Can’t make it to Germany this fall? There’s no need to catch a long-distance flight when you live at The Melrose Collection. Just under an hour drive away, the Fairplex transforms into a German adventureland for Oktoberfest every weekend, starting October 7. Sip down the best brews from Bavaria while listening to traditional music and snacking on a soft pretzel. Pose for a selfie during the famous Chicken Dance — your followers will totally ‘gobble’ it up!

Curious about life at The Melrose Collection? Arrange a tour of the residences by emailing or stop by our onsite Sales Gallery, open daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Swanky New Soho House Opens Close to The Melrose Collection

Just up the street from The Melrose Collection, Holloway House — the second Soho House in West Hollywood and the third in Los Angeles — dials up the cool factor more than ever before. With two private, members-only clubs in the neighborhood,  it’s never been easier to strike up a new personal or professional connection when you live at The Addison, The Ainsley or The Alfred.

Located a few blocks away from The Melrose Collection, the new Holloway House offers a stunning lounge, bar and dining area along with 34 hotel rooms. Design aficionados and trendsetters alike are stepping into Holloway House in awe of the interiors, where color and pattern mix in an exuberant expression of mid-century modern style. Inspired by the work of artists and designers such as David Hockney, Ed Ruscha and Robert Irwin, the design of the club embodies the quintessential Southern California lifestyle.

Vibrant colors dance and play throughout the club’s social spaces, like mint-green terrazzo flooring and burgundy-piped umbrellas. The work of local artist Jessalyn Brooks is featured in an eye-catching mural on the rooftop. Sculptures and photographs, among other artistic works are on display throughout the property, featuring LA artists under 40 years old.

 A perfect spot for out-of-town guests to stay, Holloway House sits at the pinnacle of creative energy in Los Angeles. With a reputation that precedes itself, Soho House is a must for those seeking social and networking opportunities in the core of LA’s most creative neighborhood, the Melrose District.

Plus, Soho House members can dine at the new Mandolin Mezze restaurant, serving up small plates of delectable cuisine channeling the flavors from Greece, Turkey and Cyprus. A mini-vacation to the Mediterranean, just up the street? You got that right.

If you’re already a member or looking to join Soho House, living at The Melrose Collection just got even more desirable. With Holloway House a mere 5-minute drive away, the location couldn’t be any more spectacular. 

Reach out to us for a tour of The Melrose Collection today. Email or stop by our onsite Sales Gallery, open daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

5 Happy Hour Moments from Home

Raise a glass! When you live at one of the three boutique communities of The Melrose Collection, happy hour happens all around the clock right here, at home. If heading out on the town is more your vibe for the day, you’re in luck—LA’s best hotspots are just moments away. Read on to discover five of our favorites nearby, and then schedule a tour of The Addison, The Ainsley and soon-to-come, The Alfred, and experience vibrant—and convenient—Melrose District living yourself. 

  1. Kibitz Room

Head to Kibitz Room right next to the famous Canter’s Deli on Fairfax.  Less than one mile from The Addison and The Ainsley, Kibitz Room offers a low-key vibe with live rock music. The happy hour special from 4-7 pm includes $1 off beer and $2 off cocktails, as well as food specials.

  1. Spartina

Ideal for large groups, Spartina is hands-down a locals’ favorite. Featuring the best in Italian cuisine, Spartina is located right on Melrose Ave., a mere five-minute drive from The Addison and The Ainsley. Happy hour is every day from 4-5:45 pm, featuring the restaurant’s most popular antipasti and pizzas.

  1. E.P.  & L.P.

Check out E.P. & L.P. for some of the best ambiance and food in the city. Known as a trendy hotspot, the restaurant and rooftop bar offers a wildly good happy hour from Monday through Friday, 4 – 6 pm. Go early for a spectacular view of the city and sunset.

  1. Melrose Umbrella Co.

Right in the heart of LA’s historic Melrose shopping district is the Melrose Umbrella Co. Just a quick five-minute drive away, the Melrose Umbrella Co. hosts spectacular happy hour specials from Tuesday through Friday, 5–7 pm. Come in for craft cocktails, $10 and under. 

  1. Laurel Hardware

You won’t want to miss happy hour at Laurel Hardware. The generous specials at this well-known establishment are only offered from 5–6 pm daily, but it’s well worth it to come in early, as the space fills up as the night goes on.  Make a reservation in advance to snag a table on the outdoor patio.

Arrange a tour of the residences at The Melrose Collection today. Email or stop by our onsite Sales Gallery, open daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Quiz: Which Melrose Collection Amenities Are Right For You?

Every amenity at The Melrose Collection is tailored to our residents’ distinct tastes and lifestyles. At The Addison, residents enjoy ample privacy, along with the added benefit of ClassPass and ResortPass. At The Ainsley, opportunities to mix and mingle with neighbors await in every gathering space and courtyard. Better yet, both communities offer personalized concierge service at your beck and call. So, which boutique community is right for you? Take our quiz and discover whether The Addison or The Ainsley is your perfect match. 

When it comes to wellness, I prefer to:

a) Use ClassPass to find an amazing pilates studio near me, followed by a day by the pool at Andaz West Hollywood using my ResortPass. 
b) Break a sweat in my building’s fitness center, followed by a rejuvenating massage in the designated massage room. 

If you answered A, you belong at The Addison where residents boast complimentary ClassPass and ResortPass memberships that offer exclusive access to the area’s most coveted fitness studios, spas and hotels. If you answered B, explore life at The Ainsley where a state-of-the-art fitness center, private reformer room, yoga studio and massage room make it simple to achieve mind-body health at home. 

When it comes to interior design, I love:

a) Natural finishes and neutral, warm tones.
b) Modern details and sleek finishes.

If you answered A, you’ll find the lobby at The Addison to be a true haven with its soothing, neutral tones backdropped by clean, organic details. If you answered B, the modern vibe of The Ainsley’s lounge with its vintage leather seating will be the perfect place to sit back and relax at home. 

When it comes to entertaining, I prefer:

a) A long communal table with a full bar and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. 
b) Either a moody interior ambiance or an open-air setting to host guests. 

If you answered A, The Addison’s beautifully designed community lounge is calling your name with its long dining table, full bar and kitchen, and both indoor-outdoor seating. If you answered B, The Ainsley’s sleek lounge is perfect for entertaining indoors while the open-air courtyard is ideal for al fresco cocktails. 

When it comes to perks and privileges, I’d like:

a) Grocery delivery from my car to doorstep.
b) Event coordinate for private gatherings in the lounge. 
c) Hard-to-come-by reservations at local restaurants. 
d) Access to neighborhood benefits, including discounts, VIP access and more. 
e) Coordinate of black car services and transportation needs.
f) Parcel management and delivery.

Did you choose all of the above? You’re in luck. Both The Addison and The Ainsley have luxury in-house concierges who are found on-site five days a week to help with a wide array of daily tasks.  Whether you’re hoping to reserve a table at Craig’s or want to plan an intimate cocktail party at home, our community experts will handle every detail with ease.

Explore the world-class amenities within each Melrose Collection community by scheduling a tour today. 

Experience LA’s Most Instagram-Worthy Door at The Ainsley

#IHaveThisThingForDoors? Yup—us, too. Here at The Ainsley, you can find one of LA’s most Instagram-worthy doors right within Townhome 103, currently serving as The Ainsley’s Sales Gallery.

Dainty in design and complex in geometric structure, the jaw-dropping “Impossible” Origami Door folds rather than swings open or shut, serving as an inimitable art piece unlike anything you’ve seen in a home. Highly functional and generously space-saving, the door leads to a basement-level suite that offers a unique speakeasy-like experience upon entering. When the entrance to the basement is closed, the door operates as a contemporary painting. Then, when you fold the door open, that painting assumes its exact shape on the other side of the stairway entrance. Press play and you’ll see exactly what we mean.

So, what lies beyond this beautiful and seemingly mind-bending door? Descend the stairs and you’ll find a large living space staged by luxury design firm Vesta that can be transformed into a bedroom or office with an adjoining entertainment area. There’s no question you’ll definitely want to grab a quick video of the door, originally inspired by Vienna-based artist Klemens Torggler. 

“The fictitious resident who ended up being the inspiration for this space is a music executive,” lead designer Jules Escalona shared. “He or she wants to be close to the action on Melrose, right in the heart of everything, but also wants to be able to entertain clients right at home.” 

One of three boutique communities in The Melrose Collection, The Ainsley evokes a decidedly modern living experience where artistic designer touches like the Origami Door blend into every day. In each residence, natural materials and refined finishes offer a sleek backdrop for versatile living — and simply no detail has been spared.

Come home to The Ainsley and discover an artistic retreat with LA’s most culturally vibrant neighborhood as your backdrop. Inquire today.

8 Must-Visit WeHo Design District Shops to Outfit Your Home

Whether you live at The Ainsley, The Addison or The Alfred (arriving soon), The Melrose Collection puts residents at the doorstep of one of LA’s most desirable areas: The WeHo Design District. A cultural destination for high-caliber design, art and more, the noteworthy neighborhood features various shops and studios where you can discover everything you need for your Melrose Collection home. Contemporary furniture, bohemian accents, vintage rugs — all within the palm of your hand. Get shopping and outfit the residence of your dreams.

Atacama Home


Atacama Home is a home decor studio that co-creates beautiful, handmade pieces with artisan partners throughout Latin America, Spain and Portugal, offering everything from textiles to tableware to decorative pieces.


Ben Soleimani


Helmed by Ben Soleimani, renowned LA designer, Ben Soleimani is a whole-home destination that offers high-quality handmade rugs, luxury furniture and concierge design services.




BoConcept is the definitive source of modern and contemporary furniture. Their WeHo showroom features a collection of metal, glass and upholstered pieces that embrace a sleek, Danish feel.




Dacha offers an assortment of unique furnishings — from art and objects to furniture and tabletop goods — that integrate vintage and globally sourced pieces with natural elements and the work of California-based artists. 




Combining historically inspired details with universal style, Formations offers handcrafted collections that consist of upholstered furniture, case goods, lighting, textiles and more.




Jasper is a multi-line showroom curated by famous designer Michael Smith featuring over 30 different vendors who create furniture, fabrics and home accessories. 




Open by appointment only, Leclaireur is a design gallery that features one-of-a-kind furniture and art from all over the world with an exceptional offering of pieces from Italian artist Fornasetti.




Coming soon to the WeHo Design District, Soho.Home.Studio is Soho House’s luxury interior design and home furnishing outpost that allows customers to replicate the elevated look and feel of their private members clubs. 


Explore all that awaits in the neighborhood. And to schedule an appointment to view one of our residences, contact our sales team at today.

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