Celebrate Fall holidays with a CGI Community

Posted on October 31, 2018

It’s time to celebrate Fall and we have lots to offer, from Halloween parties to Thanksgiving mixers. Join us for one of the events below and subscribe to the properties for future event invites.

Where: Villa Carlotta at 5959 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028

What: Pre-Thanksgiving Cocktail Reception

When: November 1 from 7-9PM

With continued press coverage and media, like that below, if you haven’t stepped inside and felt Villa Carlotta yet, it’s absolutely time to do so. Join us on November 1 around sunset as our Villa Carlotta team relaxes to smooth tunes and offers pre-Thanksgiving cocktails and hors-d’oeuvres in Villa Carlotta’s world-class lobby.

Where: The KODO at 2867 Sunset Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90005

What: Trick or Treat and Scavenger Hunt

When: October 31 from 5:30-7PM

Whether resident, guest, or neighbor, join us for a Trick-or-Treat and Scavenger hunt at the KODO. Come dressed in your Halloween best for the 6:45PM costume contest. The scavenger hunt offers hidden prizes in the lobby and all the way up to the 6th floor. Kids (or kids at heart) can trick-or-treat while searching for the surprises. Enjoy “Ghoul’s Punch” and Halloween Sweets” in KODO’s Lobby. Check out some pictures below from KODO’s Guest Appreciation event held on October 4th.

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