Fault Lines Emerge, Literally, At Millennium Hollywood

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Tuesday, August 6, 2013
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Rendering of Millennium Hollywood (Handel Architects)

Rendering of Millennium Hollywood. (Courtesy Handel Architects)

While RVCA and Handel Architects‘ Capitol Records–blocking Millennium Hollywood towers have received LA city approval, the controversial $600 million project is now facing another obstacle: mother nature. Geologists say that the 35-story and 39-story towers may sit on top of the active Hollywood Fault, and the state is demanding more testing to find out if the location presents a threat.

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Two More Towers Planned For Building-Crazy Hollywood

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Monday, July 8, 2013
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(Courtesy Crescent Heights)

(Courtesy Crescent Heights)

We like to think of the Hollywood Palladium, recently renovated by Coe Architecture, as a groovy place to see a show. But it looks like it’s about to become a whole lot more, as one of the future centers of Hollywood’s unprecedented building boom. Curbed LA reports that a mixed use development is now being planned on the parking lots behind the landmark theater, including residential units, street level shops and restaurants, and, potentially, a hotel.

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Magic? Capitol Records Building May Vanish Behind New Development

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012
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The two towers would sandwich Capitol Records. (Handel Architects and Roschen Van Cleve Architects)

The two towers would sandwich Capitol Records. (Handel Architects and Roschen Van Cleve Architects)

We’ve finally gotten a reveal of Millenium Hollywood, the two residential and hotel towers planned on either side of the Capitol Records building in Hollywood. The verdict: What Capitol Records Building? New renderings suggest the landmark 1956 Welton Becket-designed structure could basically disappear from view.

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