Hot on the heels of yesterday's juicy view of upcoming additions to Downtown LA's skyline, we have a look today at the near-future of hot-as-hell Hollywood (once again courtesy of Kelvin Cheng). In this visualization, Hollywood projects are in the foreground in red, the 18-story 3033 Wilshire in Koreatown is in green, and Downtown's projects are in the background. There isn't anything under construction in Hollywood that's as tall as what's to be found Downtown, and won't be—for now—until the developers of the two-tower Millennium Hollywood project figure out how to deal with the nearby Hollywood Fault. So the future of the biggest parcels, adjacent to the Capitol Records Building, remains uncertain, but a smaller tower was just announced on the same block, and even the modest towers soon-to-be-, or already under-, construction look like they'll be transformative for the neighborhood. Below you'll find a map guide to all the buildings on the visualization.
· Hollywood Prepping For Big Population Boom Over Next 5 Years [Curbed LA]
· Mapping the Out-of-Control Hotel Boom About to Hit Hollywood [Curbed LA]
· A Guide to the Near-Future of the Downtown LA Skyline [Curbed LA]