It's official: local developer Frost/Chaddock is bringing a hotel to Silver Lake.

Yesterday, the Los Angeles-based firm submitted an application to the Department of City Planning tor the construction of a four-story, 94-room hotel at 4000 W. Sunset Boulevard.  Plans also call for approximately 4,000 square feet of ground-floor restaurant space and 95 parking spaces within the building.

The hotel is the latest evolution in the Junction Gateway development, a three-building project which Frost/Chaddock has gradually steered through the approval process since 2014.

Also planned as part of the project is a five-story, 91-unit apartment building featuring ground-floor retail space at 4100 Sunset Boulevard.  The mid-rise structure would see its topmost level set back from the street frontage, and also incorporate a public art project.

At 4311 Sunset Boulevard, the project calls for the construction of a four-story, 108-unit apartment building which would also incorporate street-level commercial uses, public art, and community meeting space.  The proposed low-rise structure would replace a vacant motel.

Santa Monica-based KFA Architects has previously been attached to the project.

The project's timeline remains unclear.