The project, which would replace an auto body repair shop at 1040 N. La Brea Avenue, is envisioned as a nine-story, 110-foot-tall building that would contain 91 hotel rooms, eight apartments, and ground-floor commercial space.
Following an earlier critique by the West Hollywood Planning Commission's Design Review Subcommittee, Culver City-based architecture firm NMDA redesigning the proposed hotel, including a reduction of the number of driveways emptying onto La Brea Avenue, swapping a green wall for a textured metal screen, and a change of color from dark gray to "satin silver gray."
A review of the design changes by architect Gwynne Pugh indicates a positive reception.
The proposed hotel has previously been linked to an entity known as RPM Investments.
- Nine-Story Hotel Proposed in West Hollywood (Urbanize LA)