Post Group’s Matt Cooper plans offices on Vine St. in Hollywood

The eight-story project is Post’s second in Hollywood this year

Los Angeles /
Mar.March 17, 2020 10:45 AM
A rendering of the Vine Street project (Credit: Hawkins\Brown Architects via Urbanize)
A rendering of the Vine Street project (Credit: Hawkins\Brown Architects via Urbanize)

UPDATED, March 3, 10:12 a.m.:  An eight-story mixed-use office building is in the works on Vine Street in Hollywood.

Matt Cooper, co-owner of the production studio Post Group, filed plans for the project with the city on Monday, according to Urbanize. Plus Development is acting as development manager on the project.

The development would replace a row of low-rise commercial buildings at the corner of La Mirada Avenue. It is Cooper’s second project in Hollywood this year — in February he filed for a 10-story office project on Seward Street.

The eight-story project is planned with 117,000 square feet of office space and 7,800 square feet of ground floor retail. Four levels of parking with a total of 232 spaces is also planned.

Cooper need the city to grant a zone change to allow for the project, which otherwise would exceed floor-area-ratio limits.

Renderings acquired show a modern-style structure with large windows and outdoor decks on some of the upper floors. Hawkins/Brown Architects is designing the project.

Plus Development was co-founded by Tyrone McKillen and is active around the L.A. area. It worked with Pacific Property Partners on a 120-unit mixed-use project in Long Beach. It’s also built at least one single-family spec home in the Bird Streets[Urbanize]Dennis Lynch

Correction: Matt Cooper’s company, Post Group, is not involved with Cooper’s 85-unit development. Plus Development is acting as development manager, but is not co-developing the project.


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