The Broadway department store at Hollywood and Vine was built in 1929, with a Streamline Moderne addition designed by Donald Parkinson completed in the 1940s. Now at the epicenter of a resurgent Hollywood, the renovation of this property knits the buildings together, converting them into luxurious two and three-story condominiums with parking on the basement and mezzanine levels, and restaurant and retail uses at one of the most famous intersections in the country. The renovation is enhanced by the addition of two new stories on top of the Streamline Moderne building, featuring spectacular four-story loft units. The roof top pool and exercise room offer views of the Hollywood sign and western sunset down Hollywood Boulevard.
|Area:||261,600 SF, 96 units|