The Project includes the adaptive reuse, rehabilitation, and conversion of an existing vacant four-story 32,980-square-foot building into a 57-room hotel with 8,885 square feet of restaurant and lounge uses. The Project would incorporate an activated rooftop with a restaurant, pool, bar, and sunning area and the addition of approximately 835 square feet of new floor area on the rooftop level. The following discretionary approvals are required: 1) Vesting Zone and Height District Change, pursuant to LAMC Section 12.32 F and Q, from C4-2D-SN to C2-2D-SN to remove the D Limitation and impose a new D Limitation, allowing a maximum FAR of 4.5:1 and a height of approximately 82 feet and 1 inch; 2) Conditional Use Permit, pursuant to Section 12.24.W.1, to permit the on-site sale and consumption of a full line of alcoholic beverages in the basement bar/lounge, the ground-floor restaurant bar/lounge, the mezzanine lounge, and the activated rooftop; 3) A Waiver of Dedications or Improvements, pursuant to Section 12.37.I, to waive the Project Site’s dedication requirements along Cosmo Street and at the corner of Cosmo Street and Hollywood Boulevard; and 4) a Variance, pursuant to Section 12.27, to waive the required vehicle and bicycle parking spaces.
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California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Commercial (adaptive reuse, rehabilitation, and conversion)(Sq. Ft. 33, Acres .17, Employees 10)
Prezone, Use Permit, Redevelopment
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