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Old Posted Mar 14, 2013, 1:02 AM
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Someone needs to do a "red outline" map for Hollywood...


Green is currently under construction, red is proposed/approved.

I may have missed some projects. I left out the soundstage that's under construction a half block east of Gower on Sunset, since I figured it's not really of interest to most people on this forum.
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At this rate, Hollywood might actually resemble this soon:

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At this rate, Hollywood might actually resemble this soon:

Where did you get that sexy screenshot?
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2013, 9:20 PM
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isn't that from the mayor's "elegant density" vision for hollywood? hollywood community plan?
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Green is currently under construction, red is proposed/approved.

I may have missed some projects. I left out the soundstage that's under construction a half block east of Gower on Sunset, since I figured it's not really of interest to most people on this forum.
Thanks for creating that! With everything going on in Hollywood, it could really establish itself as LA's "second downtown." If the streetcar shows good results Downtown, Hollywood would be an excellent location for another one. Given the Red Line stops, a streetcar could turn it into a place where a car is not necessary. Hurray for urbanism!
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Thanks for creating that! With everything going on in Hollywood, it could really establish itself as LA's "second downtown." If the streetcar shows good results Downtown, Hollywood would be an excellent location for another one. Given the Red Line stops, a streetcar could turn it into a place where a car is not necessary. Hurray for urbanism!
Though the buses that run through that area get the job done quite well, it would be pretty cool to see a streetcar connecting the center of Hollywood with the center of West Hollywood.

Just as they say in DTLA that the tourists are reluctant to use DASH and Metro buses, I think the same can be said of Hollywood, which has even more tourists.
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Just as they say in DTLA that the tourists are reluctant to use DASH and Metro buses, I think the same can be said of Hollywood, which has even more tourists.
My thoughts exactly. Plus the presence of physical tracks would encourage more local residents to ride.
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Old Posted Mar 16, 2013, 5:56 AM
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Via the LA Dept. of City Planning website:

The DEIR is now circulating for the 37 floor Century City Center proposal, adjacent to the future Purple Line station (although not if Beverly Hills has its way).

There is also a DEIR circulating for the 13 floor office building at Sunset/Bronson on the old Warner Bros studio lot. Interesting to see this come back after not hearing anything about it for several years.

http://la.curbed.com/archives/2010/0...e_historic.php
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Via the LA Dept. of City Planning website:

The DEIR is now circulating for the 37 floor Century City Center proposal, adjacent to the future Purple Line station (although not if Beverly Hills has its way).
Yeah, I got a pamphlet yesterday in the mail about it. Nothing we don't know already, but interesting nonetheless.
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At this rate, Hollywood might actually resemble this soon:
How soon? That looks like really shaking the place, I remember nothing like this over there.
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New 100 Room Hotel Indigo Coming to Hollywood



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Following-up on last week's Pre-Development map hotel-a-palooza, we've been forwarded a rendering for the proposed 100-room hotel located on that wedge shaped dirt parking lot at Franklin Avenue and Highland Avenue. The Hollywood Boulevard-adjacent locale will be host to LA's first Hotel Indigo -- the boutique hotel chain from IHG that has been popping up all over the place, including California locations in San Diego, Del Mar and Santa Barbara. Details on the new hotel remain scant, but judging by other Hotel Indigo's this one will probably provide free WiFi, hard wood floors and iPads all over.
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Koreatown updates

I got a few shots this afternoon of some projects going up in the Wilshire/Vermont area. To start off, here's The Vermont from a less-seen angle.



The K2LA project near 7th and Berendo:


The Southwestern Law School housing at 7th and Shatto. Parts of the facade are starting to shape up. I'll try to get some pictures in a few weeks once its more visible.
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Thanks for the photo update Muji!

Great to see the K-Town area improve.
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At this rate, Hollywood might actually resemble this soon:

what site is this on?
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Blvd 6200, today. Rebar now peeking above street level on the Hollywood Blvd. side.



Sunset/Gordon Tower





And across the street, Emerson College



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what site is this on?
Second image in the slide show.
http://www.perkinswill.com/work/suns...sign-plan.html
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If you had to give a rough estimate, how many new people do you think all of these developments will be adding? I'm assuming something like #units * 1.75 = answer

Anyone have a guess for total number of higher density units?
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Wow @ the third image in the slide show - No more Jack n' the Box, a highrise over what is the building next to Space 15 Twenty, twin towers on Amoeba and a high rise behind the LA Film School (I'm guessing on the lot behind Chase Bank or across from Trader Joe's). Would love to have more functional trees as seen in the renderings.

Wish I knew more about posting pics or I would post the rendering.

Also cool on that site is the Piggyback Yard: http://www.perkinswill.com/work/l.a....back-yard.html

Maybe more DTLA than non-downtown - not sure if it belongs here.
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