Environmental documents published by the Los Angeles Department City Planning offers up details about a new Hollywood hotel planned by local developer Five Chairs.

The proposed development, which is referred to as a Tommie Hotel, would rise from an approximately half-acre property at 6516-6526 W. Selma Avenue, replacing a surface parking lot.  Plans call for an eight-story, 95-foot tall building, featuring 212 guest room above a ground-level lounge and an underground parking garage.  Guests would also have access to on-site amenities such, including a rooftop pool and amenity deck

Steinberg Architects has designed the mid-rise structure with a grid-like window pattern and a facade of metal panels.  A ground-level paseo along the eastern side of the building would both provide separation from the adjacent Mama Shelter hotel and access to an internal courtyard.

Construction of the mixed-use development would occur over approximately 23 months.  An initial study identifies a groundbreaking date in the first quarter of 2017, and a completion date by the fourth quarter of 2018.

Five Chairs, through its parent company Hollywood International Regional Center, is behind a number of hotel proposals throughout neighborhood, including the recently-finished Dream Hollywood and the delayed Thompson Hotel along Wilcox Avenue.

The company had previously attempted to develop a Tommie Hotel a short distance south on Cahuenga Boulevard.

Tommie is billed as a micro-lifestyle hotel brand operated by Two Roads Hospitality.

Rendering of the Tommie Hotel (Image: LADCP)
Ground-level floor plan for the Tommie Hotel (Image: LADCP)
Roof level landscape plan for the Tommie Hotel (Image: LADCP)
Project site and surroundings (Image: LADCP)

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