From projects being developed directly integrated into the vibrant community, and projects committed to meet water efficiency and conservation goals, these multi-million dollar developments are helping the city of Hollywood grow. New hotels, offices, and apartments are quickly changing Hollywood’s skyline after several years of no growth and now, according to Curbed Los Angeles, there is supposed to be a 67% increase in office spaces by 2021. Take a look at these developments that are currently breaking ground!
1. Chaplin Hotel
Set to open in 2021, the Chaplin Hotel is among the 30 new hotels, offices, and apartments that are rapidly being built in Hollywood’s ever-changing city. This hotel is set to include 93 guest rooms, along with a ground-floor restaurant, and a four-level subterranean parking structure. Other features include several meeting rooms, an outdoor terrace on the second floor, and a rooftop pool. The 11-story structure is planned for 7225 West Sunset Boulevard.
2. 6901 Santa Monica
Developed by Onni, 6901 Santa Monica Blvd is being developed to be integrated into the existing, vibrant community of Hollywood. 6901 is set to include 231 residential units and more than 15,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 390 parking spaces in a partially-subterranean garage. And, understanding that a true mix of housing options is part of what makes Hollywood a desirable place to live in, they have included 15 new affordable housing units in this project. In addition, 6901 will be including 270 bicycle parking spaces and more parking spaces than required by law to prevent residents and their guests from using street parking.
3. 1749 North Las Palmas
Located at Yucca Street and Las Palmas Avenue, Denley Investment & Management, is building a new seven-story mixed-use complex near Hollywood and Highland. 1749 will bring 70 apartments with an assortment of studios and one and two bedrooms. The ground floor is set to have 3,000 square feet of commercial space which will bring several stores to the neighborhood. The complex is going to offer balconies, a garden, a swimming pool, and a barbecue area for residents.
4. 6677 Santa Monica
Set as one of the bigger projects among this list, 6677 Santa Monica is being produced by AvalonBay bringing a total of 695 apartments to Santa Monica Boulevard. The structure will also include 20,000 square feet of retail space and 56 units of affordable housing. 6677 is expected to be completed by November 2019.
5. Crossroads of the World
Located at 6671 Sunset Boulevard, Harridge Development Group is set to complete their redevelopment plans for the properties surrounding the Crossroads of the World. The Crossroads of the World is set to bring 950 apartments and condos, a 308-room hotel, and 190,000 square feet of commercial space. The original Tudor-style Crossroads buildings will be restored and reused. A hearing notice for the project posted last month revealed that the one-time home of the revered industry magazine would be preserved and incorporated into the major project reshaping the retro Crossroads of the World storefronts.
6. 6430 Hollywood
Developed by GMPA Architects, 6430 Hollywood is set to restore the historic Attie Building on Hollywood Boulevard. This 15-story complex is set to include 260 units of housing, along with 17,800 square feet of retail and restaurant space, and parking for 420 cars. The building will include several private balconies for residents, a pool deck, and sky deck. Other residential amenities include a fitness center, theater, barbecue area, business center, dog run, and “library/music room.” Also, the recognizable “You Are the Star” mural alongside the Art Deco building (featured prominently in La La Land) will also be preserved and restored.6430 is set to open in March of 2021.
7. Amoeba Tower
Located at the Amoeba Music store on Sunset Boulevard, GPI Companies is planning the construction of a 28-story tower. GPI purchased Amoeba Music’s current location but allowed Ameoba to extend their lease on this location until 2019. The Amoeba Tower is set to have 232 residential units and 7,000 square feet of commercial space along the ground level. The tower will feature residential amenities like a pool and spa, and a dog grooming room, as well as two underground levels for 372 cars and 272 bikes. The Amoeba Tower is set to be completed by 2021.
8. Ivar Gardens
Located on the intersection of Sunset and Cahuenga boulevards, Ivar Gardens Hotel is set to be built. Ivar Gardens will include 275 guest rooms, along with 1,900 square feet of retail space, a rooftop pool and fitness center. This hotel will also include an underground parking garage which will have 135 spaces.
9. Academy on Vine
Developed by Kilroy Realty, this $450 million development is set to be built directly south of the ArcLight Holywood. Academy on Vine will be made up of four mid-rise commercial buildings and one 20-story residential tower. There will be three low-rise office buildings totaling 335,000 square feet and a 20-story residential tower with 200 units. This project will also include a 16,500-square-foot studio and production building, along with restaurants and stores. Academy on Vine is expected to open in early 2020.
10. 6250 Sunset
Lastly, we have this $54 million mixed-use development along Sunset Boulevard near Vine Street. 6250 is expected to bring 200 new apartments to the neighborhood and create 4,700 square feet of street-level retail space. The complex will have two levels of underground parking as well as a dog park, swimming pool, gym, and rooftop deck. This project includes the restoration of the Earl Carroll Theatre which was built in 1938. 6250 Sunset is set to be completed by 2019.