Los Angeles, CA
Palladium is located in the heart of Hollywood - home to major entertainment businesses and studios, post-production facilities, and recreational amenities. Hollywood interconnects West Hollywood to Burbank, Glendale, and Universal City, making it easily accessible from most residential neighborhoods in the area. Known as the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood is the number one destination in Los Angeles welcoming over 25 million visitors a year.
Designed by the noted Los Angeles architect Gordon B. Kaufmann, the historic Hollywood Palladium opened its doors in 1940. Since its opening it has been a popular venue for live music, dance, political and entertainment events, hosting some of the most iconic performers and public figures of the contemporary era. Today, the Hollywood Palladium remains one of the longest operating venues in Los Angeles, hosting over 250 concerts annually.
Designed around the preservation and restoration of Hollywood Palladium, the development of Palladium Residences is proposed to complement the iconic concert venue and serve as its backdrop. Envisioned by award-winning architect Stanley Saitowitz, Palladium Residences will feature two 28-story towers with over 730 residential units. Welcoming the community in, beautifully landscaped courtyards and open-air paseos will provide an enriched pedestrian experience, connecting the adjacent streets into and through the project. Hollywood Palladium will continue to host performances during construction, which will not conflict with scheduled events.
~9,000 square feet total
Two separate spaces ~4,500 square feet each
16-foot high ceilings with box truss roof
48-foot bay depth creates efficient space with excellent frontage
Unobstructed glass line storefronts
High visibility on iconic Sunset Boulevard
1.2 million tourists, generating $750 million in revenue annually
Hundreds of parking stalls on site in the adjacent surface lot
Tremendous traffic counts (average of 90,104 cars per day)
Strong demographics (over 1 million residents within a one-mile radius)
3,500 person live concert venue as an anchor tenant
6215 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Architecture and Design
STANLEY SAITOWITZ | NATOMA ARCHITECTS
25,000 Square feet of retail space