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The long wait is finally over: the Dream Hollywood is here.

A representative of Dream Hotels sends word that the boutique inn 6417 W. Selma Avenue is slated for a debut in early 2017, adding 178 guest rooms and a number of food and beverage venues one block south of Hollywood Boulevard.

The 10-story development, designed by Santa Monica-based Killefer Flammang Architects, is highlighted by a rooftop amenity deck and a new pedestrian alley along the side of the property.

Five Chairs, the real estate firm behind the project, is planning a similar establishment on an adjacent site at Selma and Wilcox Avenues.

Image courtesy of Dream Hotels
Image courtesy of Dream Hotels
Image courtesy of Dream Hotels
Image courtesy of Dream Hotels

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