After a year-and-a-half of construction, glass has finally begun wrapping developer J.H. Snyder's $70-million office building in Hollywood.

The long-delayed project, located at 1601 Vine Street, consists of an eight-story building which will feature 110,000 square feet of leasable floor space above ground-floor retail and five levels of underground parking.

Renderings of the finished product, which was created by a team featuring architecture firms Gensler and Ware Malcomb, portray a contemporary mid-rise structure.

The long-delayed project was dates back more than ten years, and emerges into a neighborhood which has been transformed into a residential and commercial hub, attracting major employers such as Netflix, Viacom and the guitar maker Fender.