The historic and iconic loft building at the epicenter of Hollywood. Standing ten stories high and comprising 96 condos, The Broadway Hollywood was constructed in 1928 and used as BH Dyas Co Department Store until 1931, when Broadway took over its 30-year lease. The architect was Frederick Rice Dorn (1858-1930), who designed the building in a Beaux-Arts style. The building has a strong resemblance to the Taft Building across the street, built-in 1923, and is currently operated as an office building and occupied by several entertainment-related businesses.
The Broadway Hollywood was re-imagined by the KOR Group and Kelly Wearstler. Residences with northern exposure face the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Park, and homes with western exposure feature both city and Hollywood Hills views and sunset vistas. The units range from 1,000 to 2,000 square feet, with floor plans featuring ceilings up to 20+ feet and expansive viewing windows. The Penthouse residences feature large oversized balconies with architectural columns.
Inside the residences, you will find ceiling-height windows that set the stage for any aesthetic or personal pursuit. Each unit has also been complemented with premium features, including kitchens with European wood cabinetry, soaking tubs, granite counters, decorative lighting, and washer-dryer closets. Modern updates provide each unit with high-speed internet access and digital climate controls.
Owners of Broadway Hollywood Lofts enjoy substantial savings on their property tax because the building has a Mills Act contract.