The Broadway Hollywood Lofts are located at Hollywood & Vine in Hollywood. The 1927 Renaissance-style tower was designed by noted Los Angeles architect Frederick Rice Dorn, with an international-style addition by Parkinson & Parkinson added in 1938. The building originally opened in 1927 as B.H. Dyas Specialty Emporium before becoming the keystone to the Broadway Department Store chain. The converted building includes 96 loft condominiums with interiors redesigned by Kelly Wearstler Interior Design, with residential conversion being handled by Killefer Flammang Architects. Open floor plans include large private balconies and terraces in some of the lofts, which range from 931 to over 2,000 square feet. The interior of The Broadway Hollywood Building underwent several reconfigurations and adaptations as warranted, with the most significant changes coming in the 1960s and after The Broadway Department Store left the building in the 1970s. The building was adapted to office use during the 1980s. Additional changes to the ground level storefronts were made at the time and are still visible today. The Broadway Hollywood Building has been listed on the California and National Historical Registers. As such, it is a Mills Act property which greatly reduces property taxes for its residents.
|Name:||The Broadway Hollywood Lofts|
|Address:||1645 Vine St.|
|Price Range:||$400,000 - $750,000|
|Type:||Lofts mid rise|
|Number of Penthouse||N/A|
|Number of Units||96|
|Management / HOA Phone#||N/A|
|Year Built / Converted||1927/2006|
|School District||L.A. Unified|
|Developer||Parkinson & Parkinson/ KOR|
|Architects||Frederick Rice Dorn / Killefer Flammang Architects|
|Concierge||24 hour doorman|
|Fitness Center||Yes, gym exercise room|
|Pool||Yes, association/community pool|
|Elevator||Yes, passenger elevator|
|Parking||Yes, community parking garage 1 covered space|
All information is subject to change and should be independently verified.
1645 Vine St.
Los Angeles, CA 90028