Just about a decade after plans for The Camden Hollywood were first announced, the seven-story mixed-user at Selma and Vine is ready to host some very trendy and sociable renters. Featuring 287-units, the building was developed by Camden Development in collaboration with sbe and the Souferian Group. The former company, led by Sam Nazarian, runs such popular night clubs as Hyde, as well as the swanky SLS hotel chain.
The apartments are meant to appeal to people looking for a more social atmosphere (i.e. young people). As photos from The Camden show, the building appears to be one part luxury apartment complex, one part bed and breakfast, and one part Spring Break retreat.
Amenities include the conventional pool, gym, and screening room, as well as the less often encountered music studio, artist’s annex, and outdoor kitchen offering cooking workshops with local chefs. A private dog park includes a media screen where residents can share pictures and video of their pets. There’s also a community store called “The Shop” that will carry plenty of items from pricey brands and fashion labels.
The Camden includes studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and penthouse units. Prices start at $2,100 for studios and go all the way up to $10,000 for penthouse units. A one-bedroom rents for between $2,600 and $3,300. Rent also includes access to sbe Global Concierge, which apparently gives, “exclusive access to sbe’s collection of award-winning hotels, casinos, restaurants and nightclubs.”