A shuttered commercial building between at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Sycamore Avenue in Hollywood is set for redevelopment with a mixed-use apartment building, per an application submitted recently to the Planning Department.
The proposed project from Crossroads Management, slated for a property at 7022 W. Sunset Boulevard, calls for the construction of a new seven-story, 121,000-square-foot building featuring 112 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments and 2,700 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. Plans also call for 60 parking spaces in a semi-subterranean garage.
Requested approvals include density bonus incentives to allow a larger building than would normally be allowed by zoning rules. In exchange, six of the proposed apartments would be set aside for very low-income households.
Newmark Architecture is designing 7022 Sunset, which would stand seven stories in height along Sunset, then scale down to a two-story profile to match the scale of abutting residential buildings along Sycamore Avenue to the south. Plans show an exterior of painted plaster, as well as amenities such as a rooftop deck and a courtyard.
The project site sits a few blocks west of the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Highland Avenue, where a larger mixed-use complex featuring a 42-story apartment tower and a hotel is slated to replace commercial buildings. Other high-rise developments in the works nearby include the 14-story CMNTY Culture campus at the multi-tower Crossroads Hollywood development.
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