Built in 1965, the Palos Verdes Bay Club was designed by local architect Leonard Pullan, of Leuin & Pullan Architects, and is a typical example of the mid-century modern design aesthetic.
The geometric lines of the ten, three-story residential buildings and the Clubhouse are regular and rigorous, with sliding glass doors and other expansive panes of glass that capture the light and take advantage of the stunning coastal and garden views. Units were originally designed with open floor plans, and the large balconies were created to allow residents to enjoy the Southern California climate year-round.
There are four floor plans: Argosy, Balboa, Capri, and Delaware. These range in size from 1,450 sf to 1,850 sf, all with two bedrooms and two baths.