Los Angeles Hotels
The sleek and eye-catching building would located down the street from the historic Lincoln Heights Jail.
LARGE Architecture, which designed the wavy Argyle apartment complex in Hollywood, has signed onto the project.
Called Silver Lake Pool and Inn, the Silver Lake Junction-adjacent hotel will be run by the company behind Palihotels.
The 80-room hotel would have a rooftop deck and bar.
Built in 1927, Piazza del Sol is located right on the Sunset Strip.
The 220-room hotel will have a rooftop pool and a steakhouse
Tall hotels, private clubs, and a Frank Gehry-designed shopping center will refashion the boulevard.
It’s one of many developments headed for the neighborhood.
It’s the latest in a slew of projects planned for the area by developers Mack Real Estate Group and AECOM.
He filed the plans two days before police served a search warrant at his other property.
The city says the metallic structure will be "a positive addition to La Brea Avenue."
Gold-Diggers is now "a sensual dive" with "just the right amount of sleaze."
Headed for a busy block on Broadway, just south of Ace Hotel.
A building that housed an historic gay nightclub will be incorporated into the complex, which is slated to begin construction within a year.
The new tower would hold 599 hotel rooms and 242 condos.
The Sunset Strip has become a magnet for high-end developments.
It joins a handful of hotels planned for Wilcox Avenue.
City leaders say more hotel rooms are needed in advance of the 2028 Olympics.
The $1.2 billion project would add a 40-story tower next to the hotel.
The 43-room hotel would have a ground-floor restaurant with a bar.
The redesign is sleek and contemporary.
The Atomic-era lodge has eight rooms, each with kitchenette and desert or mountain views, and a geothermal pool.
The hotel will cater to guests staying for a few nights or a month at a time.
Called the Retreat at Benedict Canyon, the huge project would also include new roads and restaurants.
The Trinity and Clark hotels will open by the end of 2019, bringing more rooftop pools and bars to South Park and the area around Grand Central Market.
The project would bring 80 new guest rooms to the neighborhood.
It could open by the end of this year. The other proposed hotel wouldn’t even begin construction until 2019.
Very convenient for a tired traveler getting off at Western.
It’s part of a trio of buildings planned for Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake.
"How much more alcohol are you going to cram into projects coming into Hollywood?" asks one resident.
Developer Greenland USA reportedly plans to use the profits to help finance construction around the hotel.
The 27-room hotel is right on Sunset Boulevard.