Built in 1922, The Christie Hotel was the first of Hollywood’s luxury hotels. It offered a stylish innovation, private baths, a first in the community. The Georgian-styled arctitecture is not common to this area. Arthur B. Kelley was the architect. It was owned by Al and Charles Christie, two of early Hollywood’s most powerful movie moguls. They were the first to open a studio in Hollywood, Nestor Studios.
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