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The Hollywood Arts Collective

The Hollywood Arts Collective comprises two buildings that together will provide affordable space for arts and entertainment professionals to live, work and create in the heart of Hollywood; open new opportunities in creative careers for underserved youth in the neighborhood; and host the new Western Region Headquarters for the Entertainment Community Fund.

A culmination of 13 years of cultural planning and development by the Entertainment Community Fund, developers Thomas Safran & Associates and the City of Los Angeles Departments of Cultural Affairs, Housing and Transportation, as well as Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, The Hollywood Arts Collective is designed to meet the affordable housing and space needs of Los Angeles’s cultural community and the economic and job development goals of Hollywood.

The Cicely Tyson Residential Building includes 151 units of affordable housing, three resident gardens, a fitness room, rehearsal studios for resident performers, as well as the new home for the Entertainment Community Fund Western Region Headquarters.

The Rita Moreno Arts Building will be home to the 71-seat Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Theater, LA Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), the LA County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) and the Entertainment Community Fund’s Phil and Monica Rosenthal Family Foundation Training Center. 

The waiting list for the Cicely Tyson Residential Building is currently closed. The property is currently only accepting applications for accessible units.

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