The project, named Nine Thousand One for its address, consists of a five-story building that will feature 46 residential units above 10,000 square feet of ground-floor shops and restaurants and a semi-subterranean parking garage. Plans call for a mix of one- and two-bedroom dwellings, as well as two-story townhomes. Eight of the apartments are to be set aside at below market-rate rents, per a condition of the project's approval by the City of West Hollywood.
The apartments at Nine Thousand One range from 1,100 to 2,200 square feet, each featuring a private balcony. Design by a team that includes Steinberg Hart, WORKPLAYS Studio, and Colacion Studio, the building will also include amenities such as a fitness center, and a pool deck.
Although no tenants have been signed for the property's commercial space, GPI Companies is targeting restaurants, coffee shops, and fitness businesses for the building's ground-floor.
The development is the first in a series of mixed-use projects to break ground border between West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, including the 241-key Robertson Lane hotel development to the east and the 300,000-square-foot Melrose Triangle complex on the opposite side of Santa Monica Boulevard.
GPI Companies, the developer of Nine Thousand One, is also behind plans for a 26-story apartment tower at the former site of Amoeba Music in Hollywood, and is converting a former Macy's department store in Rancho Park into offices.
- 9001 Santa Monica Boulevard (Urbanize LA)