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Hollywood Heights Hotel Makeover, Design For Water Scarcity

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS: The Hollywood Heights Hotel, which you know as that hulking hotel just south of the Hollywood Bowl, has gotten a little facelift. It'll now be known as the Hilton Garden Inn Los Angeles/Hollywood and its 160 rooms have been upgraded "with new sleek and modern designs," according to a press release. Public areas have also been redesigned, but the Hideout Lounge isn't going anywhere. [Curbed Inbox]

MIRACLE MILE: The A+D Museum has teamed up with Woodbury University's Arid Lands Institute for its new Drylands Design exhibit, opening tomorrow. The show includes "work by architects, landscape architects, engineers, and urban designers responding to the challenges of water scarcity in the face of climate change. With a focus on the US West, the exhibition will presents a portfolio of adaptive strategies large and small, rural and urban, high tech and low-carbon." The concepts on display were winners in the William Turnbull International Drylands Design Competition. [Curbed Inbox]

Hilton Garden Inn

2005 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90068