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It's official: local developer Frost/Chaddock is bringing a hotel to Silver Lake.

Yesterday, the Los Angeles-based firm submitted an application to the Department of City Planning tor the construction of a four-story, 94-room hotel at 4000 W. Sunset Boulevard.  Plans also call for approximately 4,000 square feet of ground-floor restaurant space and 95 parking spaces within the building.

The hotel is the latest evolution in the Junction Gateway development, a three-building project which Frost/Chaddock has gradually steered through the approval process since 2014.

Also planned as part of the project is a five-story, 91-unit apartment building featuring ground-floor retail space at 4100 Sunset Boulevard.  The mid-rise structure would see its topmost level set back from the street frontage, and also incorporate a public art project.

At 4311 Sunset Boulevard, the project calls for the construction of a four-story, 108-unit apartment building which would also incorporate street-level commercial uses, public art, and community meeting space.  The proposed low-rise structure would replace a vacant motel.

Santa Monica-based KFA Architects has previously been attached to the project.

The project's timeline remains unclear.

Rendering of 4000 Sunset Boulevard via Junction Gateway website
Rendering of 4000 Sunset Boulevard via Junction Gateway website
Rendering of 4000 Sunset Boulevard via Junction Gateway website
Rendering of 4100 Sunset via Junction Gateway website
Rendering of 4311 Sunseet via Junction Gateway website

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A small live/work development is making slow-but-steady progress in Frogtown.

The project, located on Eads Street between Blake Avenue and the Los Angeles River, will consist of a four-story edifice featuring eight dwelling units above a street-level coffee shop.