The proposed project consists of demolition of the existing commercial buildings and surface parking on the project site and construction and operation of a new mixed-use hotel and residential building. The new building would be approximately 420,000 gross square feet in size and 15 stories (approximately 200 feet in height as measured from the lowest point of the. site). The commercial portion of the project would include 115 hotel guestrooms with ancillary uses, as well as a new nightclub space. The residential portion would provide 31 market-rate condominiums and 10 income-restricted units. Also proposed is an emergency helicopter landing facility and an underground parking facility with 240 spaces.
Sunset Boulevard, North San Vicente Boulevard, and Larrabee Street
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Residential (Units 41, Acres 0.001), Other (Hotel - 115 rooms)
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