Hollywood Center

Client MP Los Angeles
Location Los Angeles, CA
Project Type Residential
Status In Design

Hollywood Center is designed to complement the unique architecture of the iconic Capitol Records Building, which abuts the site.

Hollywood Center is a new residential and open space project at Hollywood and Vine, adjacent to the Capitol Records Building. The 4.5 acre site will include a 35-story tower, a 46-story tower, and two 11-story mid-rise buildings. Of the 1,005 new residential units created, 133 will be set aside for very-low and extremely-low income seniors, which is one of the largest complements of on-site affordable housing within a market-rate development in the history of Los Angeles.

will be a 4.5-acre, LEED Gold Certified, mixed-use vertical community at Hollywood and Vine. Rising from surface parking lots adjacent to the Capitol Records Building, this project has been designed by Handel Architects to complement the unique architecture of the iconic building and realize the plan of the site’s original architect, Louis Naidorf.

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Design Architect Architect of Record

Design Partner(s)

Landscape Design - Field Operations