In a sign that the flood of construction in the heart of Hollywood is creeping east, plans were filed Friday with the city of Los Angeles for a 23-story building at 6100 West Hollywood Boulevard. That’s the site of a parking lot right now. It abuts the Fonda Theatre at the corner of Gower Street.
Details are scarce, but an application filed with the city calls for 220 residential units above 4,850 square feet of retail and a restaurant. There’d be underground and above-ground parking, though plans don’t state the number of spaces. The plans require an Environmental Impact Report.
The applicant is listed as Dale Smith, represented by Armbruster, Goldsmith and Delvac LLP, a real estate and planning firm that represented the developers that built the W Hotel and hundreds of apartments and condos above the subway station at Hollywood and Vine.
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