Relevant Group wants to extend its Hollywood hotel empire

The firm is planning the 114-key Selma Hotel, its 4th in the neighborhood

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jun.June 08, 2018 08:00 AM
A rendering of Relevant Group’s hotel project on Selma and Wilcox avenues

Relevant Group is going Hollywood…again.

The local developer wants to build its fourth hotel in the neighborhood, this one a 114-key version at the corner of Selma and Wilcox avenues, according to Urbanize.

The eight-story project, to be called the Selma Hotel, would include 22,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and three levels of subterranean parking for 52 vehicles. KFA Architecture is designing the hotel.

It will neighbor Relevant Group’s 178-key Dream Hollywood hotel, which was completed last year. Like the Dream Hollywood, the Selma would include a rooftop pool and amenity deck.

Besides, the Selma, Relevant is moving forward with its Tommie Hotel planned for 2020, and its Thompson Hotel. 


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