Hollywood Center Project

4 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2018051002
Lead Agency
Los Angeles, City of (City of Los Angeles)
Document Title
Hollywood Center Project
Document Type
FIN - Final Document
Received
Project Applicant
MCAF Vine LLC, 1750 North Vine LLC, 1749 North Vine Street LLC, 1770 Ivar LLC, 1733 North Argyle LLC, and 1720 North Vine LLC
Present Land Use
Existing Use: Office, Recording Studio, Surface Parking Lot General Plan Designation: Regional Center Commercial

Document Description
The Hollywood Center Project is a new mixed-use development on an approximately 4.46-acre site, generally bounded by Yucca Street on the north, Ivar Avenue on the west, Argyle Avenue on the east, and Hollywood Boulevard on the south, and bifurcated by Vine Street. The portion of the Project Site located between Ivar Avenue and Vine Street is identified as the “West Site”, and the portion located between Vine Street and Argyle Avenue is identified as the “East Site”. The Project Site is currently developed with a single-story building and surface parking on the West Site; and the Capitol Records Building and Gogerty Building occupied by Capitol Records (the Capitol Records Complex), and surface parking on the East Site. Under the Project, the existing building on the West Site would be demolished and the Capitol Records Complex would be preserved, and the remainder of the Project Site would be redeveloped with 1,005 residential units, comprised of 872 market-rate and 133 senior affordable units, and up to 30,176 square feet of commercial uses, within four new mixed-use buildings (West Building, East Building, West Senior Building, East Senior Building) which range in height from 11 to 46 stories. Overall, the Project would contain up to 1,287,150 square feet of floor area, for a floor area ratio (FAR) of 6.973:1. Under a proposed East Site Hotel Option (Project with the East Site Hotel Option), 104 residential units within the East Building would be replaced with a hotel, with no change to the building height or massing. Overall, the Project with the East Site Hotel Option would contain 884 residential units, comprised of 768 market-rate and 116 senior affordable units; a 220-room hotel with supporting amenities; and up to 30,176 square feet of commercial uses. Overall, the Project with the East Site Hotel Option would contain up to 1,272,741 square feet of floor area, for a FAR of 6.901:1. The Project is an Environmental Leadership Development Program (ELDP) Project under Assembly Bill 900, certified by the Governor on August 16, 2018.

Contact Information
Mindy Nguyen
City of Los Angeles
221 North Figueroa Street, Suite 1350
LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

Phone : (213) 847-3674
mindy.nguyen@lacity.org

Location

Coordinates
34°6'8.2"N 118°19'36"W
Cities
Los Angeles
Counties
Los Angeles
Cross Streets
Yucca Street, Vine Street, Ivar Avenue, Argyle Avenue
Zip
90028
Total Acres
4.61
Parcel #
5546-030-034, -004-020, -030-028, -030-031 thru -033, -004-021, -004-032, -004-029, -004-006
State Highways
US-101, SR-2
Railways
Metro Red
Airports
N/A
Schools
Cheremoya Avenue Elem., J.LeConte Middle School, Hollywood High
Waterways
N/A
Township
IS
Range
14 W
Base
10

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Residential (1005 Units) Commercial (30,176 Sq. Ft.)
Local Action
Site Plan Use Permit Subdivision Redevelopment Other Action
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Drainage/Absorption Flood Plain/Flooding Forest Land/Fire Hazard Geologic/Seismic Greenhouse Gas Emissions Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Sewer Capacity Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Solid Waste Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Tribal Cultural Resources Water Quality Water Supply Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects Other
Reviewing Agencies
California Air Resources Board California Department of Conservation California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection California Department of Housing and Community Development California Department of Parks and Recreation California Department of Water Resources California Governor's Office of Emergency Services California Highway Patrol California Native American Heritage Commission California Natural Resources Agency California Public Utilities Commission California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region 4 California Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Department of Toxic Substances Control Office of Historic Preservation State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Quality California Department of Transportation, District 7

Attachments

Final Document(s)
_Public Notice   PDF 7153 K ABX1 26 at Section 1(j)(4)   PDF 204 K Apx A_Original Draft EIR Comment Letters   PDF 293189 K Apx B-1_Alternative 8 Plans Renderings and Visual Simulations   PDF 36136 K Apx B-2_Supplemental Historic Resources Analysis   PDF 4852 K Apx B-3_Alternative 8 Supplemental Geotechnical Analysis   PDF 1812 K Apx B-4_Alternative 8 Supplemental Transportation Analysis   PDF 22316 K Apx C_Tribal Correspondence   PDF 1391 K Apx D_LADOT Correspondence   PDF 272 K Apx E_Supplemental Project Construction Air Quality Data   PDF 2138 K Bankers Hill v   PDF 18 K CA Dept HCD, Extremely Low-Income Housing Needs   PDF 503 K California Building Standards Commission, 2019 Title 24   PDF 4724 K California Native Plant Society v City of Santa Cruz   PDF 213 K Caltrans, California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices   PDF 127269 K Caltrans, Guide for the Preparation of Traffic Impact Studies   PDF 234 K Caltrans, Technical Noise Supplement   PDF 11339 K CARB, Air Quality and Land Use Handbook   PDF 1017 K CARB, CA 2017 Climate Change Scoping Plan   PDF 13689 K CARB, Cap-and-Trade Guidance Document Chapter 4   PDF 105 K CARB, EMFAC2017 Database   PDF 90 K CARB, GHG Quantification Methodology   PDF 2342 K CBIA v   PDF 312 K Census ACS 5-Year Estimate, 2013-2017   PDF 158 K CEQA Guidelines Section 15088   PDF 219 K CEQA Guidelines Section 15126   PDF 260 K CEQA Guidelines Section 15381   PDF 80 K CGS, Note 49, Guidelines for Evaluating the Hazard of Surface Fault Rupture   PDF 338 K CGS, Special Publication 42, Earthquake Fault Zones   PDF 2754 K Citizens for Positive Growth v   PDF 243 K Citizens of Goleta Valley v   PDF 155 K City of Hayward v   PDF 316 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Case No   PDF 789 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, CRA LA-DLA and Measure JJJ TOC   PDF 6221 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Draft EIR, 6220 W   PDF 1581 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Draft EIR, citizenM Project, Noise   PDF 1352 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, General Plan Framework Element Exec Summ   PDF 169 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Hollywood Community Plan   PDF 140 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Ordinance No   PDF 11645 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Ordinance No   PDF 734 K City of LA Dept of City Planning, Ordinance No   PDF 241 K City of LA Emergency Management Department, Local Hazard Mitigation Plan   PDF 10331 K City of LA, COVID-19, Keeping Los Angeles Safe   PDF 4363 K City of LA, General Plan, Safety Element   PDF 933 K City of LA, Geology Report Correction Letter Log 88174   PDF 601 K City of LA, L   PDF 22205 K County of Inyo v   PDF 144 K Court of Appeal, 4th App Dist, Div One, Case No   PDF 758 K Desimone, Gogerty Building Ren Structural Drawing Review   PDF 61 K Earth Consultants International, Response to Request Letter   PDF 8564 K Energy Star, The Difference Between Source and Site Energy   PDF 131 K Federal Register, Vol   PDF 293 K FEMA, National Dam Safety Program   PDF 162 K FHWA, Noise Barrier Design Handbook, Ch 3, Acoustical Consid   PDF 446 K FTA, Transit Noise and Vibration Impact Assessment Manual   PDF 9733 K Government Code Section 65915 (e)(2)   PDF 191 K Group Delta, 6044 Carlos Project LA-1230   PDF 8131 K Health and Safety Code Section 34173   PDF 135 K Hollywood Center Project Final EIR   PDF 13935 K LA Times, Garcetti LA   PDF 4197 K LADBS, Information Bulletin, Document No   PDF 238 K LADOT, Development Review for Transportation Assessment   PDF 11732 K LAFD, LAFD Declares Red Flag Alert   PDF 166 K LAPD, Citywide Compstat (12   PDF 119 K LAPD, Hollywood Compstat (12   PDF 92 K Laurel Heights v   PDF 843 K Los Angeles County, Property Assessment Information System   PDF 476 K Marcy Loew, et   PDF 963 K Metro, Interactive Estimated Ridership Stats   PDF 125 K National Air Filtration Association, Understanding MERV   PDF 774 K Ninyo-Moore, Project Number 402132006, Feb 2015   PDF 16381 K Ninyo-Moore, Project Number 402132007, June 2015   PDF 15542 K OPR, Current CEQA Guideline Update   PDF 558 K OPR, Technical Advisory on Evaluating Transportation   PDF 1057 K OPR, Transportation Impacts (SB 743)   PDF 1057 K Parker Shattuck Neighbors v   PDF 394 K PRC Section 15124   PDF 80 K PRC Section 21092   PDF 76 K PRC Section 21099   PDF 188 K RiverWatch v   PDF 92 K SCAQMD, Draft Doc Interim CEQA GHG Sig Threshold   PDF 42 K SCAQMD, Final Localized Significance Threshold Methodology   PDF 367 K Sierra Club v   PDF 758 K South of Mkt   PDF 323 K State of California, Natural Resources Agency, Final Adopted Text   PDF 4484 K Susan E   PDF 2584 K Thomas Rubin, Does Bus Transit Reduce GHG Emissions   PDF 278 K US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Table S0801   PDF 95 K USDOE, ANSI-ASHRAE-IES Standard 90   PDF 1329 K USEPA, Mixed-Use Trip Generation Model, Smart Growth   PDF 159 K USEPA, Noise from Construction Equipment and Operations   PDF 14034 K USEPA, Ozone Designation and Classification Information   PDF 122 K USGBC, LEED Rating System   PDF 512 K USGS, 2018 CA Geological Survey Fault - Imaging Surveys   PDF 15429 K USGS, Natural Hazards, Can we cause earthquakes   PDF 709 K Vineyard Area Citizens for Resp Growth v   PDF 21 K Washoe Meadows Cmty   PDF 82 K
NOC
Hollywood Center Project_SCH NOC   PDF 640 K
State Comments
2018051002_Caltrans Comment   PDF 205 K

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