On a cul-de-sac near Hollywood Boulevard and Bronson, nestled among midcentury apartment buildings, construction is well underway on the latest investment in co-living.
The years-vacant lot is giving way to a fully-furnished, five-story apartment complex called Treehouse Hollywood, where 60 bedrooms will be organized into 18 suite-like living spaces with shared kitchens and living rooms.
“It’s not going to feel like a generic apartment building,” says Joe Green, Treehouse’s board chairman.
Treehouse tenants will spend a lot of time together—communal amenities will include a library, a dining hall-style eating area, and a cafe that is free for residents—but with safeguards for personal space.
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