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Old Posted Feb 17, 2014, 12:35 AM
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LOS ANGELES | Hollywood Palladium Residences (2 towers) | 28 FLOORS

Location: Sunset Boulevard and Argyle Avenue
Function: Mixed-use | 598 or 730 units | 13,000 SF retail
Architect: Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects
Developer: Crescent Heights
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http://la.curbed.com/archives/2013/0...use_towers.php
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how close is this to breaking ground? 5%?
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Old Posted Feb 17, 2014, 6:30 PM
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I believe the architect is Saitowitz | Natoma. Kilograph does illustrations.
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Looks nice!
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I want this built SO BAD , probably one of my top 5 favorite proposals in the LA basin.
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This is probably my favorite building in LA that has a good chance of getting built.
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Wow, I forgot about this one.
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Any updates?
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http://beverlypress.com/2015/08/appe...adium-project/

Appeals filed against Palladium project

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Kilroy Reality Corporation and AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) have separately filed appeals to the Hollywood Palladium Project, a development set to erect two residential and retail towers behind the concert venue on Sunset Boulevard. Kilroy has stated that despite their attempts to work with CH Palladium, LLC., the project’s developer, the proposed towers do not fit with the context of the neighborhood and their density is too great for the area.
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Did I read that right...14 floors of parking???

I just don't see how anything gets built in Hollywood. Soon the developers will grow frustrated and give up. Just build everything downtown, we have the room.
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As I said in the Non-downtown development thread, I'm appalled by the fact that AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is opposed to this project. Why on earth would this organization divert critically important funds devoted to AIDS causes and instead use them to fight against a residential development?

This is insane and the people responsible should be called out.

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L.A. City Council OKs 2 controversial high-rises in Hollywood

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The Los Angeles City Council approved a plan Tuesday for two residential high-rises next to the Hollywood Palladium, setting the stage for a protracted legal battle with the politically active nonprofit group next door.

On a 12-0 vote, the council backed a zoning change, a height district change and other approvals for the Palladium Residences, two towers expected to rise as tall as 30 stories on Sunset Boulevard near a Metro Red Line subway stop.
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