Spiral shaped $1 Billion vertical creative office tower bursting with greenery unveiled in Los Angeles

Spiral shaped $1 Billion vertical creative office tower bursting with greenery unveiled in Los Angeles

Los Angeles-based real estate development firm The Star LLC has submitted revised design plans for a proposed $1 Billion “vertical creative office” campus on a two-acre lot at 6061 W. Sunset Boulevard meant to capture the interest of Hollywood’s top content creators.

Designed by Foster + Partners led by Norman Foster, the spiral shaped tower dubbed “The Star” will provide spacious floor plates, generous outdoor areas, and floor-to-ceiling windows that will offer unobstructed 360-degree views of downtown Los Angeles, the Hollywood Sign and the Pacific Ocean. The building’s iconic design will be distinguished by its spiraling gardens that will rise from street level to the rooftop restaurant.

“We have worked with leaders in the creative and tech industries to redefine The Star into a project that both fits perfectly into Hollywood’s urban fabric and captures the evolving workplace,” said Chief Executive Officer and Chair of The Star LLC, Maggie Miracle. “The office space seamlessly moves from indoor to outdoor settings with extraordinary collaborative areas and tasteful settings that allow for contemplation and innovation.”

“This is a true reflection of the workplace of the future, nurturing community, wellbeing and collaboration with green social terraces spiraling through the building that will encourage and enliven the city’s incredible creative industries,” added Norman Foster, Founder and Executive Chairman, Foster + Partners.

The design team is led by Nigel Dancey, Head of Studio, Foster + Partners: “Embodying Hollywood’s spirit of creativity and innovation, the building’s spiraling form responds to the 360-degree views, creating a new destination for Los Angeles.”

The building’s design encourages natural light and ventilation and defines spaces that help people work better and smarter in an environment that allows organizations to thrive and retain their relevancy and vitality, according to Patrick Campbell, Senior Partner, Foster + Partners. “Cascading gardens for outdoor working, natural light and ventilation create a healthy and highly productive working environment on Hollywood’s Sunset Boulevard,” he added.

The building engages the street with a walkable setting, punctuated by an expansive LED video screen, an arched paseo of restaurants, community gathering spaces, a theatre, and gallery.

Should the city greenlight the proposal, construction on The Star will start by early 2026 and complete in 2029.



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