Rent Stabilization and Housing 8300 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Department of Rent Stabilization and Housing is responsible for developing various housing programs and policies for…More the city. The city of West Hollywood has a diverse community ranging from seniors, to families and single individuals. This particular department is also made up of the Administration, Rent Information and Records and Housing Divisions. The director of the Department of Rent Stabilization and Housing is Allyne Winderman. If you'd like to contact this department, you may do so by phone or by email.
Housing Alternatives Janet L. Witkin Senior Housing Center 937 N Fairfax Ave, West Hollywood, CA90046 Since 1978, Housing Alternatives has been dedicated to providing low-income housing to seniors. This non-profit…More organization develops cooperative apartment communities for seniors who need subsidized housing. Housemate matching programs are available, matching seniors with other seniors, mid-age and younger people in their homes, apartments and condominiums, so they may have affordable housing, company, sense of security and the ability to make ends meet. It is an alternative to living alone and to institutionalization. For seniors 55 and older, it offers co-op style living, and in West Hollywood it has single and one-bedroom apartments. Seniors 62 and older have different co-op style residences available in the Los Angeles and West Hollywood areas.
Cycle House 624 N la Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 Founded by Lara Gillman, Cycle House is an indoor cycling studio offering daily cycling classes. Cycle House…More is dedicated to environmental awareness and improving the lives of the needy, donating two meals for every class taken through their Take 1/Give 2 program.
Schindler House 835 N Kings Rd, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Schindler House is a landmark architectural and historic site in West Hollywood. It was designed by Viennese emigre…More Rudolf Schindler in the 1920s for his family and other artists. It is considered the first house built in the Modern style. The design of the house was unique for its cooperative live and work spaces, industrial materials and integration of interior and exterior environments. Over its history, the house was a gathering place for progressive and avant-garde artists. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. It has been operated by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture since 1994. The organization is a satellite of the MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art in Vienna.
West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation 8285 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90046 West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation develops safe and affordable housing for people with limited income. The…More nonprofit corporation has developed more than a dozen projects in the area, with a goal of adding 40 more units per year. Properties are either built or acquired and rehabilitated by the organization, then managed using an enhanced management model that provides extra support and services for residents. Most residents are elderly or disabled on fixed or limited incomes. Funding comes from municipal, state, federal and private sources. The corporation moved to its present location in 2010. This location is also one of the housing developments, Sierra Bonita Apartments, featuring 42 units in a mixed-use building with environmentally sound green building features.
Soho House West Hollywood 9200 W Sunset Blvd Ste 817, West Hollywood, CA90069 Soho House West Hollywood is a member's only restaurant, lounge and private movie-screening room. This Soho House…More location occupies the top two floors of the 12-story 92000 Boulevard building. The House features the Sky penthouse, which offers views of L.A., parquet floors, vintage furniture and booths. The terrace garden dining area is lined with olive trees and a retractable roof. The terrace also features a sitting room and private dining area with full bar for private events and screening. The area seats about 140 people. The screening room accommodates about five people and hosts movie and TV screenings, presentations, businesses meetings and conferences.
Hous Projects 8687 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA90069 The Hous Projects gallery features a varied assortment of work from emerging artists throughout the world. Although the…More site focuses on photography, its also provides a limited selection of paintings and sculptures. The gallery is located in the Pacific Design Center.
House of Fisher 616 N Doheny Dr, West Hollywood, CA90069 House of Fisher is a small, quaint shop in West Hollywood that specializes in Chanel products, but also offers other…More gifts, jewelry and antiques. It is a very fun and girly store that is filled with lots of unique and stylish jewelry.
Paris House 7527 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90046 This fully nude adult club is a unique addition to the gentlemen clubs of West Hollywood. Paris House features private…More dances at $60 for 30 minutes, though time and price are always negotiable. The club offers friendly and discreet service and parking is free.
House of Cigars 8426 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90069 This store is located near the corner of Sunset Blvd. and Olive Dr. With a comfortable seating area, big screen…More TV, and great ventilation, this is the place to get that special cigar. The House of Cigars has a large selection of cigars, as well as its own luxurious cigar lounge. Guests can come in for a cigar, and stay for a drink and music.
Mayfair House 8844 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90048 The Mayfair House in West Hollywood features classic furnishings for the home in an elegant and sophisticated…More storefront. Their friendly staff is more than happy to guide customers through the large array of furnishing options that they offer, as well as the accessories that their store is known for, including luxurious crystal candle holders and dining sets as well as premium silverware and table settings.
Protocol Entertainment 8899 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood, CA90048 This is the office of John Ufland, the owner of Protocol Entertainment. Mr. Ufland is a literary agent who specializes…More in the process of turning a novel into a film. Protocol deals with the publishing houses, authors and their agents to acquire the film rights on behalf of the various studios and production houses located in Hollywood.