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An upcoming presentation to the Los Angeles City Planning Commission has unveiled new renderings for the Hollywood Ivar Gardens Project, R.D. Olson development's proposed hotel at 6409 Sunset Boulevard.

The project, intended for the current site of a Jack In The Box restaurants, would consist of a 21-story building featuring 275 guest rooms, 1,900 square feet of ground-floor retail space and accessory functions.  Proposed guest amenities include a terrace garden, a rooftop swimming pool, a fitness center and four levels of underground parking for 135 vehicles.

The 231-foot tower is envisioned in the Art Deco style by the architecture firm WATG.  Documents from the Department of City Planning (LADCP) state that exterior materials would consist primarily of glass, fiber reinforced concrete and grill work.

Construction of the hotel would occur over approximately 22 months, although an exact groundbreaking date is currently unclear.  LADCP staff have recommended that the City Planning Commission approve the proposed development.

Tourist-heavy Hollywood is currently in the midst of a hotel development boom, with several other hospitality projects planned or underway within walking distance of the project site.  A Dream Hotel is nearing completion one block north on Selma Avenue, while a new Kimpton is taking form near the on Yucca Street.

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This week, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission is scheduled to consider an appeal of a proposed multifamily residential development near the Van Nuys Civic Center.