Marriott asks for modifications to the already approved Sunset-Doheny Hotel, where it now plans to open the West Coast flagship of its new Edition brand of luxury hotels. The Planning Commission approves those modifications. Check out the article below from patch.com
West Hollywood’s Planning Commission gave its approval to modifications to the planned Sunset-Doheny Hotel at its Thursday night meeting.
In March 2010, the City Council approved the 11-story, mixed-use hotel project at 9040 Sunset Blvd. (at Doheny Drive) with 148 hotel rooms, 20 condominiums, 18,000 square feet of retail space and 5,800 square feet of conference meeting rooms.
At the time, the project was just a concept proposed by developer Richard Weintraub. No specific hotel chain had committed to it.
Now, the Marriott hotel chain wants to operate the hotel as the West Coast flagship (Click Here for the rest of the article)