Seventy46 Hollywood

Hollywood, CA

Live life as a Hollywood insider. Step outside and enter the energy of the New Hollywood. Step inside and experience everything an urban sophisticate could ask for – true Hollywood glamour, historic charm, superb design and contemporary convenience.

The Hollywood Professional Building (or SEVENTY46), is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture. Completed in 1925, the building housed the headquarters of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and was later home to the Screen Actors Guild. From its inception, these offices served industry stars, the seminal architect John Lautner and earned its listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Today, it reigns at the center of a new Hollywood heyday, this time as modern open spaces in which to live or work (or both), only two blocks from the Metro line, in one of the coolest and most dynamic neighborhoods in LA offering some of the city's best restaurants, clubs, concert venues, entertainment, shopping, martini's and more.

Individual live-work spaces at SEVENTY46 include 9- to 12-foot-high ceilings, gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, natural bamboo flooring, central heat and air conditioning, high-speed Internet and digital cable-ready connection and picture windows with views of the Hollywood sign, Hollywood Blvd., downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica. The building itself features parking, secured access, on-site laundry facility and on-site storage, as well as an upscale restaurant on the ground floor that offers room service delivery.


    Property Details
  • Location

    Hollywood & Sycamore
  • Architect

    John Lautner (Historical Rehabilitation)
  • Use

    Mixed-Use (Multifamily & Retail)
  • Size

    51,408 SF (42 units)
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