How does one sum up the historic, professional, and location benefits of The Hollywood Building in a short video? Like this!
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Come to Hollywood to see the glitz and glamor, but stay to get a glimpse into its past.
One of the most historic places to be in Hollywood is of course, The Hollywood Building.
With the help of the Walk Old Hollywood tour, visitors can now learn about all of the building's wonderful historical treasures. The tour also visits several other historical gems in and around the Walk of Fame.
Here are a few photos of the group visiting one of The Hollywood Building's offices with original 1930's architecture. Special thanks to our new friend April Brooks Clemmer, this tour's fantastic guide who makes this possible.
Click here to learn more about the Walking Old Hollywood tour.
Photo credit: Lara Sumera Samms
Only in Hollywood, an alliance of Hollywood Property Owners, puts out a periodic newsletter with latest happenings in Hollywood. The Autumn 2016 edition featured an article on gathering property owners together to discuss the new renaissance of the neighborhood.
Our own Phil Erenberg was among the group. Read about it here.
Photo and caption from Only In Hollywood: "Property owners and representatives from the ‘Old Hollywood’ neighborhood participated in a walking tour with HPOA staff. From left to right are Erin Anderson, Robert Carman, Beth Andrus, Phil Erenberg, Galo Medina, Nicole Mihalka, Angela Babcock, Joseph Mariani, Evan Kaizer, Pam Smith, Kerry Morrison, April Clemmer, Allison Polumbus, and Steve Seyler. (Photo by Devin Strecker)"
It is with a heavy heart today that we mourn the loss of Maintenance Director Richard Shiel. Richard has been with The Hollywood Building for more than thirty years. With his team including Carlos and Blanca (pictured below with Richard on the right), this building's stellar cleanliness, upkeep, and functionality are due to his diligent and dedicated work over the past several decades.
Richard was a loyal and kind man, and we will miss him very much.
If you would like to share a memory about Richard, please leave a comment below.
May 23, 1943 - January 25, 2016