Last year, the Sullivan family that owns Toyota of Hollywood unveiled plans to redevelop the card dealership's 3.7-acre lot with a mixed-use, high-rise complex. A initial study now released by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning reveals new details for the project - including an estimated timeline for delivery.
The proposed project, named for its address at 6000 Hollywood Boulevard, calls for the construction of new high-rise and low-rise buildings featuring a total of 350 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments, as well as 136,000 square feet of offices, approximately 22,500 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space, and a three-level, 894-car subterranean parking garage.
The Sullivan family is seeking approvals for the project using density bonus incentives to allow more floor area than normally allowing by zoning rules. In exchange, plans call for 44 of the new apartments to be set aside for rent as affordable housing at the very low-income level.
OfficeUntitled is designing the Toyota redevelopment, which would be highlighted by a 35-story, 419-foot-tall residential tower anchoring the eastern side of the property. To the west, plans call for a new six-story office building, while the center of the property would feature 11 townhome-style buildings. The project would also extend south onto Carlton Way, which would be developed with an apartment complex featuring 46 of the proposed 350 residential units.
Approximately 23,500 square feet of publicly accessible open space would be included in the project, much of which would take the shape of a plaza fronting Hollywood Boulevard, flanked with retail and giving way to terrace stairs toward upper level amenity decks. Other residential amenities would include a pool deck, a view deck, fitness areas, and game rooms.
Pending approvals of project entitlements, which also include a conditional use permit for alcohol sales and mandatory site plan review, the 6000 Hollywood development is expected to break ground as early as 2026 and be completed by 2029.
The Toyota site sits less than one block from the eastern terminus of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which has seen the construction of thousands of apartments within the past decade. The new tower would joins a similar high-rise built as part of Kilroy Realty's Columbia Square redevelopment, as well as proposed projects which would replace parking lots next to the Fonda Theatre and the Lombardi House.
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