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Thomas Luria: West De la Guerra Mixed-Use Complex Opens

Development includes 11 luxury units, three affordable units and two office condos, just off Chapala Street.

121 DLG, located at 121 W. De la Guerra St., is the latest mixed-use condominium development to open just west of Chapala Street downtown.
121 DLG, located at 121 W. De la Guerra St., is the latest mixed-use condominium development to open just west of Chapala Street downtown. (Thomas Luria photo)

121 DLG LLC, managed by Thomas E. Luria, is pleased to announce the opening of a new mixed-use condominium development located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara at 121 W. De la Guerra St. The project consists of 11 luxury residential units, two office condominiums, a secure parking structure, and three residences that comply with Santa Barbara’s affordable housing program for middle-income households.

Among the prominent features are private garages, private elevators, fireplaces, gourmet kitchens with stainless-steel Viking appliances, custom cabinets with granite counters, gracious tile patios, two spectacular penthouses, and total gate access-controlled security.

The building was designed by Cearnal Andrulaitis Architecture & Interior Design and constructed by Luria with financing provided by Rabobank. Marketing the residential units is by Fred Bradley and Andrew Templeton of Sotheby’s International Realty and the commercial units by Francois DeJohn and Kris Roth of Hayes Commercial Group.


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