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Old December 30th, 2014, 05:21 PM   #1681
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A 21-story tower is planned at 6220 Yucca Street in Hollywood. 277 residential units, 3,300 square feet of retail.

The property looks to be well outside of the "no-build," zone within 50 feet of the fault line. There are also towers planned for the NE and SW corners of the same intersection.

Two residential towers and a hotel. Going to be a busy corner. This has got to attract the NIMBY's and lawyers.

But, after all, it's one block from the Boulevard, the Pantages and the subway, and it's south of the freeway. Gotta be fair game for development (assuming no newly discovered faults, lol).
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Two residential towers and a hotel. Going to be a busy corner. This has got to attract the NIMBY's and lawyers.

But, after all, it's one block from the Boulevard, the Pantages and the subway, and it's south of the freeway. Gotta be fair game for development (assuming no newly discovered faults, lol).
Hah. Hollywood's got plenty of newly minted armchair geologists looking around.
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Old December 30th, 2014, 06:07 PM   #1683
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Gotta be fair game for development (assuming no newly discovered faults, lol).
Is anywhere outside Downtown fair game for development with Silverstein types in the picture?
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Is anywhere outside Downtown fair game for development with Silverstein types in the picture?
Fair point. What I should have said was "IMO, this is fair game for development since it is so close to transit and existing activity and relatively isolated from sfh neighborhoods."

But as blackcat says, everyone's a geologist these days.
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Old December 31st, 2014, 07:43 AM   #1685
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Yeah, but it's gonna block my view
of downtown when I come around
that bend! And I love that view.
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Old January 4th, 2015, 08:52 PM   #1686
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Hollywood update:

Please forgive the poor quality cell phone shots.

This building is on the southwest corner of Selma and Wilcox. Does anyone know about this project? It is a renovation of an existing 5-story building, but I don't know anything beyond than that.



Dream Hotel on Selma:

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Old January 4th, 2015, 08:59 PM   #1687
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1601 Vine Street

So far just dirt being moved around.

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Selma and Vine Apartment Building

Does anyone have renders for this project? It's clearly a large wood-frame apartment building. So far, the two-story concrete base is done, and the first wood framing is going up.







Vine will appear much more dense (at least from Sunset to Franklin) with these two projects complete.
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Old January 4th, 2015, 09:07 PM   #1688
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Taft Building renovation is done and scaffolding has been removed:







Columbia Square

Hard to capture in one picture how large this project is. This is taken from Selma and El Centro, the NW corner:



The component in the left foreground is the tower, currently on floor 2. The parts beyond and to the right are the mid-rise components, which are either topped out or 1-2 floors away. To the far right is the renovation of the original Columbia Square campus. Interesting that they're simultaneously working on these.

Tower part:



Midrise part:



Adaptive reuse part:



East-side midrise component:





Lines across the street at Roscoe's:

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Old January 4th, 2015, 09:17 PM   #1689
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Sunset and Bronson Project

Does anyone know about this project? It's not the large Sunset Bronson expansion, which is going to be on the south side of Sunset closer to the freeway.



Another project, this time on Van Ness north of Sunset. Looks like another apartment building?



Recently completed apartment building on Carlton, just south of Hollywood BL and west of the 101.



Finally, the project at La Brea and Hawthorn

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UCLAPerson,

Thank you for the very comprehensive photo update.

The across the street from Sunset Bronson Studios is an expansion of the Metropolitan Hollywood apartment/office complex. It will be a six-story building with 79 apartments.

The project you've identified catacorner from the Selma/Vine office tower is the Camden Hollywood, a seven-story mixed-use complex with 287 apartments and a ground-level Equinox Fitness.

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Old January 12th, 2015, 03:12 PM   #1691
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Astani has started work on his residential-retail development at Hollywood/Western. 280 apartments, 12,600 sq. ft. retail. Six-story building designed by PSL Architects.

http://buildinglosangeles.blogspot.c...ground-at.html



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Old January 13th, 2015, 03:47 AM   #1692
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Appropriate for the area. I even don't mind the new Marshall's....surprisingly.
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http://buildinglosangeles.blogspot.c...ncahuenga.html

Here's the first rendering out for the mixed-use development planned at Fountain/Cahuenga. Seven-story building, designed by Nadel Architects. 369 apartments, 2,500 sq. ft. ground-level creative office space. Slated to break ground in late 2015/early 2016 and wrap up in 2018.



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[QUOTE=blackcat23;120596714]http://buildinglosangeles.blogspot.c...ncahuenga.html

Here's the first rendering out for the mixed-use development planned at Fountain/Cahuenga. Seven-story building, designed by Nadel Architects. 369 apartments, 2,500 sq. ft. ground-level creative office space. Slated to break ground in late 2015/early 2016 and wrap up in 2018.


Its footprint actually looks like a footprint.

Interesting that an area that big can be developed within blocks of Sunset. Shows how much industry has shut-down in that area.
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Here's the first rendering out for the mixed-use development planned at Fountain/Cahuenga. Seven-story building, designed by Nadel Architects. 369 apartments, 2,500 sq. ft. ground-level creative office space. Slated to break ground in late 2015/early 2016 and wrap up in 2018.


Its footprint actually looks like a footprint.

Interesting that an area that big can be developed within blocks of Sunset. Shows how much industry has shut-down in that area.
i dont see the correlation between a big housing development on a mostly empty lot and the entertainment industry being shut down in Hollywood??
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Old January 14th, 2015, 06:00 PM   #1696
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i dont see the correlation between a big housing development on a mostly empty lot and the entertainment industry being shut down in Hollywood??
Just interesting that someone could buy so much contiguous space near Sunset in the heart of the studios and support industries.
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With the exception of Paramount, none of the major studios are actually in Hollywood (Fox and Sony on the Westside; and WB, ABC/Disney and NBC/Uni in the Valley). The support businesses that remain there, like equipment rentals and post-production houses, mostly do so because Hollywood is centrally located, but there are many more located in the Valley now. "Hollywood," the idea, has pretty much completely replaced Hollywood, the place where film and TV gets made.
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With the exception of Paramount, none of the major studios are actually in Hollywood (Fox and Sony on the Westside; and WB, ABC/Disney and NBC/Uni in the Valley). The support businesses that remain there, like equipment rentals and post-production houses, mostly do so because Hollywood is centrally located, but there are many more located in the Valley now. "Hollywood," the idea, has pretty much completely replaced Hollywood, the place where film and TV gets made.
There are still some studios in Hollywood. Not the giant ones, who naturally look for more space, but independents of various kinds. But you are right that the area has been gutted by movement out, which is why you can find entire city blocks.
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I don't know, guys.
I'm looking at this picture from 1948,
and there were always just houses there.


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Sunset La Cienega, from this weekend.



Hotel Towers (Two 10-story buildings w/ a 286-room James Hotel, retail)


Residential Towers (Two 8-story buildings w/190 units, retail)
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