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J Public Relations Announces Dream Hollywood as New Client

by | Jul 25, 2018

J Public Relations announced it is now representing Dream Hollywood, which just celebrated its one-year anniversary this summer.

Known for its forward-thinking design, built-in nightlife and overall energy, the west coast flagship opened in July 2017 as the cornerstone of the vibrant revitalization of the surrounding neighborhood. Featuring 178 guest rooms and suites, including the 1,750-square-foot luxury GuestHouse Presidential Suite, Dream Hollywood brings together unrivaled partners in dining, wellness and entertainment to cultivate a magnetic social hub for guests and Angelenos alike.

Booming with new hotels, restaurants and the ever-growing entertainment hub (including the recent relocations of the Netflix and Viacom offices), Hollywood is having its moment. The area has been through many iterations from Golden Age to kitschy tourist trap, and after decades of renaissance promises, a new wave of development is finally bringing life to the storied neighborhood. Anchoring the extensive revitalization of Los Angeles’ iconic community, Dream Hollywood is centrally located just minutes from The Capitol Records Building, Hollywood Walk of Fame and Griffith Observatory on the buzzing corner of Selma Avenue and N. Cahuenga Blvd, offering a micro-neighborhood in the center of it all.

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