Frost/Chaddock’s Silver Lake project now includes hotel

The project has been in the pipeline for 7 years

Feb.February 23, 2018 03:00 PM
The 94-room hotel planned for Sunset Junction (Credit: Frost/Chaddock via Curbed)

Silver Lake’s most resilient developer still hasn’t given up.

Frost/Chaddock Developers has filed plans to include a boutique hotel in with a trio of buildings it wants to construct in Silver Lake’s Sunset Junction. The 94-key hotel would replace previous plans for an 84-unit residential building, Curbed reported.

Plans for the project first circulated in late 2011. Neighborhood opposition delayed it for several years, and it wasn’t until last May that developers filed a final environmental impact report.

The four-story hotel, to rise at 4000 Sunset Boulevard, will require a conditional use permit from the city, allowing it to be built near a residential zone. The entire project, which is still in the environmental review stage, will require final approval by the city.

Frost/Chaddock has already filed plans for two other mixed-use buildings on Sunset Boulevard. At 4100 Sunset, a four-story building would give way to 91 residential units, ground-floor retail and a rooftop terrace. Renderings depict a modern-style building with floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

The firm is also planning to build 109 units, and ground-floor retail at 4311 Sunset Boulevard. Ten units will be set aside for low-income residents. The shuttered Bates Motel is now on the property. It filed for a building permit at that address despite the fact that the development has yet to be approved after seven years in the pipeline.

Pending city approval, Frost/Chaddock is aiming to begin construction within a year, according to a spokesperson. [Curbed] — Natalie Hoberman

Related Articles

Malibu Real Estate Investments principals Bedros Oruncakiel and Kirkor Suri

Malibu spec mansion lists amid softening luxury market

Chandler Parsons and his property on Stone Canyon Road (Credit: Getty Images)

Durant wants out of Malibu, and now Chandler Parsons is listing his Bel Air mansion

CoreLogic's Andrew LePage and Orange County (Credit: Wikipedia)

SoCal housing market shows signs of life, with a caveat: report

Bridge Housing CEO Cynthia Parker and a rendering of the view from Walnut and Anaheim (Credit: SVA Architects)

Fully affordable complex set to rise in vacant Long Beach lot

Tracy Tutor and her Brentwood home

Tracy Tutor of “Million Dollar Listing ” asking a lot more for Brentwood home

Anton Lessine and 321 South Bristol Avenue, and Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine with their home (Credit: Getty Images and Zillow)

This week in celeb real estate: Adam Levine unloads $45M home, a Hollywood film producer sells in Brentwood…and more

Anton Lessine and 321 South Bristol Avenue (Credit: Getty Images)

Hollywood producer Anton Lessine sells Brentwood Park mansion for $17M

Andy Reid, the President of MetroStudy

The great SoCal slowdown: Homebuilding drops 18%