Mixed-use Hollywood Circle, largely funded with Chinese EB-5 investment, tops off
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Years in the making, Hollywood Circle, a mixed-use project rising in downtown Hollywood that is largely funded by Chinese EB-5 investors, has topped off.
The 25-story building will have 397 rental apartments and a 104-room boutique hotel, plus a restaurant spanning nearly 10,000 square feet and a 46,744-square-foot Publix supermarket.
“We made a commitment to Publix to open their store the first week of November, and that is probably the absolute earliest we’d be able to get a CO (certificate of occupancy) for any part of the building,” lead developer Chip Abele told The Real Deal, at a topping-off party Thursday evening. “We still have a lot of work to do.”
The building will have three sections at heights of 11, 21 and 25 stories, and will feature an eighth-floor recreation deck for apartment tenants and a 12th-floor recreation deck for hotel guests, each with a swimming pool.