Local entrepreneur Adolfo Suaya's plan for a new hotel in Hollywood has been unveiled through an environmental report published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

Suaya, who filed plans with the City this past June, intends to redevelop a surface parking lot at 1717 N. Wilcox Avenue into a six-story building featuring 134 hotel rooms above approximately 3,600 square feet of street-fronting restaurant space and 104 parking spaces on two subterranean levels.

The proposed building is being designed by Roschen Van Cleve Architects, and is portrayed in elevation plans as a contemporary structure clad with precast concrete, terra cotta, plaster, aluminum, glass and tile.

A timeline for the development is unclear.

The project joins a slew of future hotels along Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard, including projects from CIM Group, R.D. Olson and citizenM.