The building features a 16-story tower [68.0 m (223.1 ft)] located above a four-story bluff pedestal. The tower portion was constructed at an approximately 45 degree angle to the shoreline to allow for maximum view. As such, all but approximately four of the 116 units have an ocean view. From the north side, the bluff pedestal is essentially underground and is used only for parking. From the south side, the bluff pedestal features an ocean view and direct beach access for the 16 units it houses. The building uses a steel and concrete and structure that hold the floors together with cables, allowing the building to flex considerably during an Earthquake. It is designed to withstand an Earthquake of 8.7 on the Richter magnitude scale. This is believed to be among the highest earthquake tolerance design specification in SoCal, higher even than the famous U.S. Bank Tower in Downtown Los Angeles. ----- http://denoall.blogspot.com/ ----
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