The building at 1518 N Cahuenga Blvd began as a silent movie house called the Bijou Theater in the 1920s. Years later it was turned into the beloved music recording studio, Grandmaster Recorders, which hosted some of the brightest lights in the music industry from James Brown and Stevie Wonder to Tom Petty, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and No Doubt. Now, as a way to celebrate the unique history of this building, RM/d and our Partner MDM Investment Group are working together to redevelop the property in a way that preserves the legacy of this important entertainment hub.
We are currently working on plans to renovate the existing structure and are working with tenants who share our passion for the legacy of the building. With over 9,400 square-feet of space, including 8,500 square-feet at ground level plus a mezzanine, The Bijou Theater Redevelopment is located at Hollywood's epicenter amongst the latest hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs.
RM/d is an owner and co-developer for this iconic Hollywood property.