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January 29, 2010 | By Christopher Hawthorne architecture critic >>>
Think of the new W Hollywood Hotel & Residences complex as equal parts Chateau Marmont, L.A. Live and Pershing Square. The 15-story, $600-million development, designed by Dallas-based architecture firm HKS, combines on a single L-shaped site the W's hotel and condominium towers with a 375-unit apartment block called 1600 Vine. The whole ensemble is draped in gigantic billboards, wrapped around a sizable public plaza leading to a Metro Red Line subway stop and squeezed in next to the landmark 1924 Taft Building at Hollywood and Vine.
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NEWS
April 11, 1994
Mabel Eby, 78, who oversaw the always sensitive ticket distributions and seating arrangements for 44 annual Academy Award presentations and the longest-serving employee at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She came to the academy in 1945, when it was at Hollywood and Vine before moving to Beverly Hills. She retired in 1988 and was credited with knowing more film stars and executives than most of the industry members she served. In Beverly Hills on Thursday after a long illness.
BUSINESS
June 7, 2009
Re: "Pinching pennies in Hollywood," June 4: There's no doubt that people are spending less on essentials and incidentals. However, some attractions for tourists and locals alike are free and fun. Case in point: Los Angeles' Metro system, which has glamorous stations at Hollywood and Vine, and Hollywood and Highland. At the latter, in front of the sidewalk entry, free Metro Art Tours start at 10 a.m. every first Saturday of the month. Morley J. Helfand, Metro Art Council Docent Arcadia
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 2007 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
Angelyne can barely squeeze into the 8-foot-wide storage room. And not just because she's the buxom, bigger-than-life billboard queen of Los Angeles. Boxes of printed posters and placards depicting her in glamorous poses fill the Hollywood self-storage space she is renting while she feuds with city redevelopment leaders and developers of a planned $500-million luxury project near the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.
NEWS
October 15, 2010 | By Valli Herman, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Another hot hotel has opened at Hollywood’s iconic intersection. Called the Redbury @  Hollywood and Vine, the boutique hotel from Los Angeles-based SBE offers something rare in urban Los Angeles: 57 suite-sized rooms decorated in vivid, vintage style and designed for extended stays. Star photographer and video director Matthew Rolston chose the decor , which includes Oriental rugs, vintage tableware, Victorian curiosities and the latest electronics. Rooms begin at 750 square feet and include kitchenettes, washer-dryer units, roomy balconies and ample closet and storage space.
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