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The Bonnie Hollywood is designed as a plug-and-play addition to the Hollywood lifestyle. We weren’t looking to disrupt this community – but enhance it! Some key benefits of the Project include:

  • Facilities to meet LEED Silver standards—the Project will boast energy and resource efficiencies both inside and out.

  • Significant tax revenues and funding to public agencies to pay for local parks, public schools and social services. 

  • Priority placement for a Hollywood High family in our rent-controlled, affordable 3 bedroom apartment

  • Revitalizing what has been dead space at an important intersection for years.

  • Reduces the urban heat island effect by replacing a large slab of asphalt with an environmentally sustainable building. 

  • Adding affordable housing stock to a dwindling supply at a time when we desperately need it. 



The Bonnie Hollywood replaces a cold surface parking lot with much-needed housing designed to attract residents who will add social and economic vitality to this unique, eclectic Hollywood neighborhood. Its exactly the kind of infill, mixed-income and mixed-use project our City needs.  Key elements include:

  • 137 apartments, including 14 affordable units

  • Several 3-bedroom, family-sized units, ensuring The Bonnie will be a complete community.

  • Large outdoor pool and outdoor living spaces to join in the Hollywood experience and support local businesses – exactly what we need as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Neighborhood and resident-serving retail on the ground floor

  • Brand new pedestrian space and sidewalks around the property.

  • Enhanced public safety by bringing in well-lit sidewalks and pedestrian and residential activity.


Designed to be equivalent the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Silver standards, The Bonnie Hollywood will reflect sustainable development at its best. Key elements will include:

  • An energy efficient focus throughout.

  • Recycling programs that divert waste from landfills. 

  • Storm water capture and re-use for irrigation. 

  • Extensive solar power generation.

  • Bicycle stalls and related facilities for use by residents, guests and patrons.

  • Extensive electric vehicle parking.

  • Low-flow water fixtures and appliances. 

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