A Modernist icon built by CBS founder Bill Paley who described the building as a “Machine for Broadcasting” it was the first building in the world purpose-built for what Paley described as the “new art and science of mass communication.” Its crisp International style exterior has been fully restored and the seven floors repurposed into chicly designed work and social spaces.
With seven stories of working environments, including repurposed sound stages and recording studios favored by generations of creative leaders such as Orson Welles, Lucille Ball, Bob Dylan, and the artist Banksy, NeueHouse caters both to the film industry that exists at the heart of Los Angeles’ identity and such budding fields as design, fashion, publishing and architecture that will define the city’s future. Offering a slightly different set of amenities than NeueHouse Madison Square, the design takes full advantage of the Southern Californian climate, with two outdoor decks and plenty of natural light. NeueHouse Hollywood is a hub of public engagement and conversation—a center of culture that marries old L.A. with the new.
Co-working space, office rentals, meetings, events