Ace Hotel Los Angeles

overview

The landmark United Artists theater and tower - built in 1927 by Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D.W. Griffith - is fully restored to a new boutique hotel, conference center, signature restaurant and rooftop pool bar. The 1,600-seat historic movie palace has re-opened as a premier venue for the performing arts. The project is a notable contribution to the redevelopment of historic downtown Los Angeles.

by the numbers

146,000
SF

182
GUESTROOMS

13
STORIES

the team

Developer: ACE Hotels, Greenfield Partners, Blvd Hospitality
Design Architect: GREC Architects
Owners Representative: GDS Development
Interior Designer: Commune
Executive Architect: Killefer Flammang Architects
Structural Engineers: Nabih Youssef Associates
MEP/FP Engineers: Donald F. Dickerson Associates
General Contractor: Benchmark Contractors

details
GREC Architects
GREC Architects
Los Angeles, CA

Ace Hotel Los Angeles

The landmark United Artists theater and tower - built in 1927 by Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D.W. Griffith - is fully restored to a new boutique hotel, conference center, signature restaurant and rooftop pool bar. The 1,600-seat historic movie palace has re-opened as a premier venue for the performing arts. The project is a notable contribution to the redevelopment of historic downtown Los Angeles.

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