Logo for the West Hollywood Edition Hotel and Residences.

West Hollywood, CA




The first major piece of architecture seen when coming from Beverly Hills to West Hollywood, the West Hollywood EDITION stands as a gateway to the famed Sunset Boulevard.

A blend of luxury hotel and condominium residences, the EDITION will offer a new way of experiencing West Hollywood. Guests and residents will enjoy a lifestyle anchored in world-class design, premium finishes, and unmatched amenities. The high-rise structure will feature panoramic views of West Hollywood, the broader Los Angeles area, and the ocean.

The EDITION’s verticality, mix of services, and enviable location will create a decidedly urban feeling, with the hustle and bustle of West Hollywood on the doorstep and a residential respite inside.

Through the help of our talented partners, the West Hollywood EDITION will stand out while fitting into—and celebrating—Southern California. Breaking the mold for Los Angeles living, the EDITION is destined to become an iconic destination.

L.A.’s newest trendy boutique hotel.
— L.A. Times
Outside living area of a John Pawson- designed residence at the West Hollywood Edition with sweeping views of Los Angeles at dusk in the background.


While the high-rise form of the building and luxury condominium amenities may be new to West Hollywood, the experience of the EDITION—the look, the feel, and the ways people interact in the spaces—will be quintessentially Californian. Inspired by the surrounding landscape, the EDITION’s design will take every opportunity to offer natural light and lush outdoor spaces. The simple, minimalist approach focuses on purity of form and materials, with careful consideration for how they will interact with California’s golden sunlight.

By day, guests and residents will enjoy the warm sunshine streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows. Or they can step outside for incredible views.  

They will be able to work out in the fitness center, then grab a light bite with friends in the restaurant.

Guests and residents will be able to take in the sunset from their balcony, then take a stroll down Sunset. Attend a film premiere in our screening room or host a film event themselves. If they feel like a nightcap or a night swim, the rooftop pools and bar will be waiting for them. And when adventure calls, they can take on the LA nightlife at the club downstairs.

More than simply a place to live or stay, this will be a way of living—West Hollywood’s newest gathering place.

The West Hollywood EDITION represents the beginning of an evolution for this neighborhood. It brings a measure of restrained elegance, design excellence, and craft to the heart of West Hollywood.
— Alex Witkoff, Executive Vice President, Development at Witkoff in Architectural Digest
Exterior view of the West Hollywood Edition with the hotel pool in the foreground and the Hollywood Hills in the background.




Ian Schrager

For over 5 decades, since the ‘70s, Ian Schrager has achieved international recognition for concepts that have revolutionized the entertainment, hospitality, food and beverage, retail, and residential industries. He has changed the way we live our lives, entertain ourselves, party, dance, socialize, holiday, work, dine, drink, play, shop, and even how we see the world. His passionate commitment to the modern lifestyle has been expressed through a series of pioneering concepts and the creation of numerous original innovations that have become standards and continue to be imitated throughout the world. His keen instincts for the mood and feel of popular culture were honed during the ‘70s and ‘80s, when he and his late business partner, Steve Rubell, created the legendary and groundbreaking Studio 54 and Palladium nightclubs. They soon turned their attention to the hotel business, opening Morgans Hotel in 1984 and introducing the concept of the “boutique hotel” to the world. The partners saw the opportunity to challenge the traditional “take no offense” white box and mass-market mentality in favor of something more unique, daring, and original that gave people an elevated experience and elicited an emotional, visceral reaction. What was accomplished, for the first time, was that a hotel could appeal to a sensibility and be freed from the constraints of traditional demographics. The entire hotel industry was turned on its head. Part visionary, part social scientist, and part businessman with a gift for seamlessly integrating art and commerce, everything Ian Schrager has accomplished chronicled the cultural narrative of that time and has been an unequivocal success.

Common area of the West Hollywood Edition Hotel featuring seating areas, pool table and outside fireplace.
Bathroom in a residence at the West Hollywood Edition featuring a tub and two sinks with views of Los Angeles in the background.


John Pawson

For over 30 years, John Pawson has been designing spaces with a minimalist aesthetic. John Pawson and his team focus on ways of approaching fundamental problems of space, proportion, and light. With extensive experience in responding to these challenges, Pawson’s team has been able to create unique, one-of-a-kind solutions. John Pawson has worked on a wide array of projects which include Calvin Klein’s flagship store, Cathay Pacific in Hong Kong, the interior of a 50-meter yacht, and sets for new ballets at London’s Royal Opera House, 50 Gramercy Park North, and Schrager Apartment.

For me, it’s all about creating an authentic sense of home, where people also feel connected with a strong sense of place.
— John Pawson, of John Pawson in Architectural Digest


HKS Architects

Since 1939, HKS has provided its clients with comprehensive architectural services including conceptual and schematic design, design development and construction documentation, assisting with contractor bidding and/or negotiating, and construction contract administration. The firm is a combination of artists and tacticians, imagining, coordinating, and creating some of the world’s most iconic places. HKS strives to combine their global reach with a tremendous local touch through effectively navigating local regulatory approval processes, from platting subdivisions to zoning and permitting. The firm also handles issues of site analysis, access, circulation, parking, urban design, local development guidelines, and placemaking.

Exterior view of an outside lounge area at the West Hollywood Edition at dusk with sweeping views of Los Angeles in the background.
Outside seating area with fireplace at the West Hollywood Edition Hotel.



Established in 2000, New York design studio Bonetti/Kozerski is led by partners Italian-born Enrico Bonetti and English-born Dominic Kozerski. Its approach to each project renders one-of-a-kind spaces, which distill the essence and spirit of the individuals or organizations within. With its roots in European education, the studio merges compositional, technological, spatial, and philosophical disciplines into an overall vision. The firm has done work throughout the United States with some of its major projects including the Warren Tricomi Salon at The Plaza Hotel in New York City and The Shore Club in Miami.




Since 1963, Pankow has benefited clients through creative problem-solving, engineering expertise, and construction innovation. Pioneers of design-build and integrated project delivery, Pankow provides design-build, design-assist, general contracting, and tenant improvement services. Pankow specializes in complex projects and work in occupied facilities on a diverse range of markets and building types. Pankow adds value to project teams with its expertise in design management, LEED design and construction, Building Information Modeling and Lean Construction practices, as well as its commitment to quality, zero incidents, and exceptional client service. Pankow has over half a century of continuous presence in Los Angeles, Pasadena, San Francisco, Oakland, and Honolulu. Notably, Pankow was the contractor on the Montage Hotel and Residences in Beverly Hills, which is the top competitive project.

Living room at the Residences at the West Hollywood Edition.
Bar and lounge area at the West Hollywood Edition Hotel.


New Valley

New Valley LLC is the real estate subsidiary of Vector Group Ltd. (NYSE: VGR) and maintains equity positions in numerous real estate investments, including a broad portfolio of domestic and international projects in the U.S. and Caribbean. New Valley targets opportunities in high barrier to entry markets with irreplaceable locations that generate strong risk-adjusted returns. New Valley’s investment and development portfolio is comprised of apartments/condominiums, hotels, and land in Manhattan, Queens, Miami Beach, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Maryland, and Bermuda. New Valley owns 70% of Douglas Elliman, the largest residential real estate brokerage firm in the New York metropolitan area and fourth-largest in the U.S.



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