Another tower crane has been raised between Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards, as Relevant Group continues to add to its growing hotel district.

The latest project, a Tommie Hotel, is now rising on a former surface parking lot at 6516 W. Selma Avenue.  Plans call for an eight-story building featuring 212 guest rooms atop ground-floor retail space and basement parking.

The contemporary mid-rise structure is being designed by Steinberg Hart, and will feature amenity decks at the roof and podium levels.  Renderings also show an active alleyway running along the eastern property line, a similar feature to the nearby Dream Hollywood hotel.

Just around the corner of 1523 Wilcox Avenue, Relevant Group is also in the midst of construction on a 10-story, 200-room Thompson Hotel.  The Los Angeles-based firm is also planning an eight-story Tao Hotel at the corner of Selma and Wilcox.

Elsewhere in the region, Relevant has announced plans to renovate the historic Morrison Hotel in Downtown's South Park neighborhood and construct a new tower on an adjacent property.