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West Hollywood’s eastside could get a nine-story hotel

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91 rooms and a cool look

The hotel seen from La Brea Avenue.
Via City of West Hollywood

Not all of West Hollywood’s new hotels are headed for the Sunset Strip. WeHoville reports there’s a newly proposed hotel on the eastern side of West Hollywood, on La Brea Avenue near Santa Monica Boulevard, that would bring 91 rooms, a restaurant, and eight apartments to the site in a nine-story building.

Designed by Neil M. Denari Architects, the hotel would have three levels of underground parking. The top two floors of the building would house the apartments, and the top floor will also hold a lounge and outdoor dining area. Urbanize LA says the property records show the site’s connected to RPM Investments.

The city’s Design Review Subcommittee will consider the project next week.

West Hollywood’s relationship with hotels has been a little rocky recently, with the city’s then-mayor and current councilmember, Lauren Meister, at one point pushing for a moratorium on all hotels out of concern that the city was going to face a room glut. (The moratorium was not passed.)

Looking southeast, down La Brea.
The hotel’s entry.
Looking northeast.