Apartments Rising At 5429 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, Los Angeles

5420 Sunset Boulevard5420 Sunset Boulevard via TCA Architects

A new large-scale residential complex is taking shape and form at its construction site at 5420 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction four new six-story mixed-use buildings offering spaces for 700+ residential units and retail uses.

Malibu-based American Commercial Equities is the project developer. TCA Architects is designing the project.

5420 Sunset Boulevard View

5420 Sunset Boulevard View via TCA Architects

The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 6.7 acres. The site was previously occupied by a Food4Less shopping center. Construction is under progress at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue. The mixed-use project will bring a total of 735 apartments and retail space spanning an area of 95,000 square feet in four six-story buildings. The apartments will be designed as a mix of 735 studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments. Parking for the entire site would be located in a partially-subterranean garage at the rear of the site, with capacity for approximately 1,400 vehicles.

5420 Sunset Boulevard Courtyard

5420 Sunset Boulevard Courtyard via TCA Architects

5420 Sunset Boulevard Pool Deck

5420 Sunset Boulevard Pool Deck via TCA Architects

The developer secured entitlements in September 2022. Renderings reveal four contemporary, stucco-clad buildings rising six stories in height. The new construction will be bisected by a T-shaped paseo, connecting Western, Sunset, and Serrano Avenue, as well as a series of courtyards and amenities at the center of the complex. Construction is anticipated to take approximately 48 months, with completion anticipated in 2026

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2 Comments on "Apartments Rising At 5429 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, Los Angeles"

  1. This should be the standard level of quality for all new architecture in LA. Its so sad to see how many boxy lego plastic buildings get planning permission.. I hope this project raises the bar for everyone, more of this please!

  2. The title of this post should read 5420, not 5429–confusing

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