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Proper Hotel

1100 S. Broadway

Buzz: Proper Hotel was first home to the L.A. Press Club. The trendy hotel will feature two restaurants and a rooftop with a restaurant, bar and swimming pool.

Open date: Summer 2019

Hoxton

1060 S. Broadway

Buzz: Hoxton is a chic 10-story, 174-room hotel that’s billing its basement bar

as a new late-night destination. Its rooftop pool and restaurant will offer sweeping views over Broadway’s historic theater district. The hotel will also feature

exclusive products from local designers.

Open date: Summer 2019

West Elm

928 S. Broadway

Buzz: West Elm’s 11,200-square-foot store located on the ground floor of the Broadway Palace apartments features 22 California-based makers and offers

pop-ups and workshops hosted by local artists and businesses.

Open date: September 2018

Theory

845 S. Broadway

Buzz: The 1,500-square-foot design for the upscale clothes designer references

the streetscape with its use of concrete walls and industrial metal, and is designed to showcase new product initiatives, collaborations and promotional events.

Open date: October 2018

Gentle Monster

816 S. Broadway

Buzz: Gentle Monster, the chic Korean eyewear designer, features eye candy

with art installations inside their store housed in the Wurlitzer Building.

Open date: October 2017

Apple Flagship Store

802 S. Broadway

Buzz: Apple will soon open at the Tower Theatre, where the first talkie movies

were shown. The company has focused on creating a “town square” appeal at

its stores and has said its new store will showcase this model.

Open date: Unannounced

Broadway Trade Center

801 S. Broadway

Buzz: New York investor Waterbridge Capital purchased the 1907 beaux-arts building that once housed Hamburger department store and later May Co.

There are plans to turn the bottom two floors into 200,000 square feet of luxury retail and restaurant space.

Open date: Unannounced

Vans Store

808 S. Broadway

Buzz: Vans will be housed at the Old Singer Sewing Building owned by Anjac Fashion Buildings. Sandwiched between the Tower and Rialto theaters, owner Steve Needleman said he brought in

the SoCal shoemaker because it offered more than just merchandise on a shelf.

Open date: Summer 2019

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