Developers of the Line Lofts Hollywood

The Line Lofts

Mixed Use — 82 Apartments + Retail — Hollywood —

Situated North of Hollywood Blvd on Las Palmas Ave, The Line Lofts is a six-story mixed-use infill project featuring 82 units with spectacular city views and light-filled residences. Blending exceptional architecture and design, our aim combines carefully crafted residences with a network of common areas throughout the building community for co-working, recreation and entertainment.

The Line Lofts was done in partnership with Wilshire Skyline, who had owned and managed the existing building since 1973. The previous building was a 1960s walkup style apartment. There was greater value in developing the property than any outright sale or rehabilitation. We were selected as the joint-venture development partner and together created the Line Lofts.

The architecture firm for the project is SPF:a, headed by principal Zoltan Pali. Like our first project Woodbridge12, this was a collaborative process of both design and construction to create an elevated residential community. Refined detailing, high quality natural materials, and custom craftsmanship are some of the hallmarks that set this building apart.


  • Location: 1737 Las Palmas, Hollywood, California
  • Type: Mixed-use Residential/Retail
  • Size: 68,000 square feet
  • Units: 82 apartments ranging from 480-1265 sq. ft. + one ground-level retail unit.
  • Stories: 6 Stories
  • Parking: 124 spaces

As part of our integrated development process, we design and build the interiors for our projects to maintain a cohesive aesthetic vision. Inspired by the simplicity of the exterior corrugated metal panels, we wanted to carry that texture through to the interiors and created interior “corrugated” wood wall panels that flow through the main lobby, reflecting the exterior skin. The overall material palette was kept minimal, consisting of white, black, wood and concrete. This achieves a visual simplicity while accentuating the variation and beauty of the natural materials.

The project offers a series of communal areas as well. These areas include a co-working space with an all black lisola marble kitchen in the lobby, a pool lounge and library with floor to ceiling glass walls, a courtyard pool & spa. A penthouse-level lounge with 16-foot ceilings and 12-foot tall walls of glass tops the building, opening to views of the Hollywood Hills and the entire Los Angeles skyline.

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