NUE hotel in Hollywood gets greenlight

Renderings portray a mid-rise structure with a terrace on the third floor

Sep.September 22, 2017 03:00 PM
1525 Cahuenga Boulevard and rendering (Credit: Google Maps, nKlosures)

The city recently approved plans for a 55-key boutique hotel at 1525 Cahuenga Boulevard in Hollywood.

The hotel is dubbed “NUE” for “New Urban Experience” on the architect’s site, Urbanize reported.

nKlosures is designing the project, which was first proposed in 2014 by an unspecified developer. The unknown entity signed a 50-year ground lease with the property’s owner that same year, according to Bisnow.

The hotel, which will replace an existing commercial property at the site, will have seven stories, a rooftop deck with a pool, ground-floor retail space and a restaurant on the half-block parcel of land.

1525 Cahuenga Boulevard Rendering (Credit: nKlosures)

Other newbies to the area include Relevant Group’s Dream Hollywood on Selma Avenue and the under-construction Thompson Hotel. The Chaplin Hotel on 7225 Sunset Boulevard is also in the pipeline, pending approval. [Urbanize]Natalie Hoberman

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