A half-year after we last dropped by, construction has reached the top floor at the site of a mixed-use development from Hanover Company in Hollywood.

Construction of Hanover Hollywood viewed from Sunset and El CentroUrbanize LA

Hanover Hollywood, which replaced a car wash and several retail buildings at 6200 Sunset Boulevard, consists of a seven-story structure that will feature 270 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments above 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and basement parking for 361 vehicles.

Steinberg Hart is designing the project, which is a podium-type building that will be clad in a mix of plaster, metal, and stone tile.  Plans call for on-site amenities including courtyards, roof decks, and a fitness center.

According to an environmental study conducted in advance of the project, construction of Hanover Hollywood is scheduled to occur over a roughly 26-month period, placing its anticipated completion date sometime in 2022.

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Hanover Hollywood is one of two new mixed-use developments neighboring the Earl Carroll Theatre, which is being restored as a live entertainment venue.  On the opposite side of the historic building, a 200-unit apartment complex from Essex Property Trust was recently completed at 6250 Sunset Boulevard.

The project site also sits south across Sunset Boulevard from a parking lot where Miami-based developer Crescent Heights is planning a two-tower complex adjacent to the Hollywood Palladium.  Work is also beginning for Mill Creek Residential Trust's Modera Argyle apartments at the former home of Ametron Electronics at Selma and Argyle Avenues.

The residential developments are following in the wake of a handful of large office complexes completed along Sunset Boulevard over the past five years, which have been leased to companies including Netflix and ViacomCBS.  Additional projects, such as a proposed expansion of Sunset Gower Studios, are also in the works.

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Hanover Company, which is headquartered in Houston, recently developed similar multifamily housing projects in Westchester and Warner Center.