The Standard at Los Angeles: new student housing project underway near the University of Southern California


Los Angeles, California – Landmark Properties has started building The Standard at Los Angeles, a student housing project with 1,284 beds near the University of Southern California (USC). This new building will have 1,236 beds in 429 apartments and will also fix up five townhomes to add another 48 beds.

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Landmark Construction, their own building team, is in charge of the work. They plan to open this place in August 2026.

Located near the 160-acre Exposition Park on its east side, The Standard at Los Angeles will offer various apartment sizes, from single rooms to five-bedroom places. Each home will be set up for fast internet.

Landmark mentions that The Standard at Los Angeles will have a huge range of amenities, with over 60,000 square feet of space inside and outside for residents to enjoy.

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The top of the building will have a fancy pool area with a place to sunbathe, a big outdoor screen, and places to cook outdoors. Inside, there will be a big room for gatherings next to a 24-hour gym. Students will also find many places to study and a courtyard to hang out in, plus a small market to buy snacks.

This is Landmark’s second project in Los Angeles, after The Mark at Los Angeles, which is for UCLA students.

Wes Rogers, the head of Landmark, said they’ve wanted to build near USC for a long time and are happy to start this big project for USC students. He mentioned the great location for school, sports, and local things to do, and how their large building site lets them offer something special.

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Landmark, based in Athens, Georgia, with an office in Atlanta, deals with buying, building, and managing living spaces. They manage over 115 properties across the country, with 71,000 beds, totaling $13 billion in assets.

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