on Vine

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The on Vine project redevelops an entire city block on Vine Street in central Hollywood with nearly 500,000 sq. ft. of office, retail/restaurant shell space, and a residential tower above three stories of below-grade parking. In collaboration with design architects Shimoda Design Group, House & Robertson is the executive architect for the four low-rise commercial buildings (totaling 340,000 sq. ft.) and the subterranean parking garage, and consulting architect for the residential tower. This speculative redevelopment project in an urban area introduces usable outdoor space in the form of the “arroyo,” a connecting circulation spine linking retail/restaurant and plaza spaces along Vine Street to the interior creative office spaces. The project is being designed to achieve LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Construction is anticipated to start during the second half of 2017.

Owner:

Kilroy Realty Corporation

Design Architect:

Shimoda Design Group

Principal:

Joey Shimoda, FAIA

Executive Architect:

House & Robertson Architects, Inc.

Principal:

Jim House, FAIA

Senior staff:

James Black, AIA; Wendy Bone, AIA; Khristeen Decastro; Travis Vliet; Silvija Olar, AIA

General contractor:

Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction

Images:

Renderings Courtesy of Shimoda Design Group

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