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Condra to raze Hollywood block for 18-story high-rise

Low-Rise Hotels to be Razed for Hollywood High-Rise

The Condra Group hopes to demolish a block and a half of Hollywood low-rise hotels to make way for an 18-story mixed-use project. The group hopes to take advantage of a new state law which will allow the developer to build taller buildings in exchange for including affordable housing in the mix.

Located along the cityโ€™s famed boardwalk along the beach, the property currently has 123 hotel rooms, including the Neptune Hollywood Beach Hotel, the Hollywood Beach Seaside, and the Casa Pellegrino Boutique Hotel. The developer has it under contract from various owners.

The project would total 628,191 square feet with a residential building of 18 stories at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and Oklahoma Street, an eight-story parking garage with some retail on the ground floor to the north across McKinley Street, and a two-story beach club with restaurants and a rooftop pool on Surf Road.


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