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Hospitality

Tommie Hotel

Los Angeles, California

With lush greenspace and an array of communal amenities, this new Tommie Hotel is designed to entice the young professional crowd going out in Hollywood to stay for the night or weekend. The Tommie Hotel Los Angeles sits at the intersection of Wilcox and Selma Avenues in Hollywood, adjacent to an existing Mama Shelter hotel. The project bridges a gap in a vibrant neighborhood that is home to several stalwarts of the entertainment industry, including Capitol Records, the historic Pantages Theatre, the Hollywood Palladium, and the Cinerama Dome.

The Tommie will feature a lush ground-level courtyard that spills into an interior bar, lobby, and flexible spaces. A new paseo will run along the eastern side of the building, connecting Selma Avenue to the courtyard, and providing separation from the existing Mama Shelter hotel. The greenscape will extend to the roof, where guests will be able to enjoy a vibrant social scene set around the pool and lounge spaces.

Client/Owner
Relevant Group
Size
72,576 SF
200 keys
Program
Ground-Floor Lobby with bar/Lounge, Rooftop Bar/Lounge/Restaurant, Rooftop Pool, Shared Courtyard, and Conference Room/Flex Space
Services
Architecture, Interior Design