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6904 Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood, California
A Project For CIM Group

Built in 1922, the three story structure located in the heart of historic Hollywood Boulevard stands across the street from the world renowned Mann Chinese Theater. Over the years, what has been commonly referred to as the Nash Building, has served as a mixed-use structure serving retail and office uses. Recently, the building has fallen into major disrepair and now it is in desperate need of a full restoration. The project entails the full restoration of the front facade of the 26,000 sf historic structure to its former glory and the addition of another 23,000 sf along the backside of the building, while transforming the interior space into a multi-level upscale commercial/retail destination along Hollywood Boulevard. The building will also boast new graphic signage above the roof, reminiscent of the historic steel grill work signage of the 20’s and 30’s. The project is anticipated to be completed in time for the 2007 holiday season.

 

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