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Starcity - Venice

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Our newest community in Venice is tucked away on a quiet, tree-lined street East of Lincoln. Nearby you’ll find hip coffee shops, retail stores, and restaurants – all within walking distance. Hop on your bike for a quick ride down to the beach, the iconic Abbot Kinney Boulevard, or the Venice Pier.

Moving into our Venice Community you’ll find beautiful, brand new construction that focuses on both comfort and convenience. This three-story community has four kitchens and two large living rooms for everyone to share, right in the heart of the home. Large kitchens and cozy living rooms set the perfect vibe to entertain or relax with friends. The rooftop space, complete with four BBQs, lounge furniture, and dining areas, spans the entire length of the building and is the perfect spot to catch some Venice sunsets.
From £1701/month Minimum Stay 3 Months


All-inclusive Bill
Community Events
Dining Area
High-Speed WiFi
Laundry Facilities
Outdoor Space
Room Cleaning
Secured Door Entry


From £1701/month

Private Suite

Each Suite comes fully-furnished and features plenty of natural light, thanks to the large windows and Venice Beach Sunshine! When you’re ready to settle in, the essentials are waiting for you. A queen size bed, nightstand, lamp, and beautiful area rug are all included. Need some extra workspace or storage? We also have the option to add a desk, chair, and dresser that will fit right into your new home.


Venice, Los Angeles, United States

Venice is known for its canals, beaches, and the circus-like Ocean Front Walk. Venice's canals (complete with ducks) are home to some of LA's most eclectic residential architecture. See tiny bohemian cottages next to million-dollar ultra-modern houses. The canal streets are between Washington Blvd. and Venice Blvd; park on Dell to access. The Abbot Kinney district is a hotspot for artists and hipsters and includes numerous shops, restaurants and bars including several excellent art galleries, about a half-dozen interesting clothing boutiques and over a dozen cafes and eateries. Named for the developer who originally created the "Venice of America", the area holds an annual festival featuring music and art. Along Venice's Ocean Front Walk you will find an assortment of retailers, from tourist souvenir shops, bike rental outlets, arts and crafts booths, restaurants and "snack shacks" for dishes from around the world to hot dogs and corn dogs, ice cream, coffees and smoothies. You'll find henna tattoo artists, chair massages practitioners, fortune tellers and more. Of course, sit at one of the ocean-side restaurants to watch the parade of people go by.

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