Yesterday, the Los Angeles City Council gave their stamp of approval to the mixed-use development formerly known as the High Line West. PSL Architects, which is designing the project, has now provided some updated renderings and tells Curbed that the project from here forthwith shall never be known as High Line West ever again (as previously mentioned, that rooftop public park idea was nixed in favor of private open space). You may refer to this sexy structure—which will have 280 units and retail space in six stories—as 5550 Hollywood Boulevard in future discussions with loved ones.
· High Line West Bringing Apartments, Retail, Elevated Park to Hollywood and Western [Curbed LA]
· New Look at Hollywood's Slow-Moving High Line West Project [Curbed LA]