Gubler credited the W, which has 305 rooms, more than 500 rental units, and 50,000 square feet of retail, with jump-starting the neighborhood’s renaissance. The hotel development was a joint project with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which owns the land and whose Hollywood-Vine Red Line station sits below it. The hotel broke ground in 2007, although it had been in the works since at least 2002.

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