A unique, architecturally significant five-story boutique hotel with 175 guest rooms located in the heart of the historic Culver City neighborhood.
The Jeff Hotel aims to service visitors looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Downtown Los Angeles and be immersed in an authentic neighborhood experience.
The Jeff Hotel will integrate itself into the fabric of the neighborhood and cater to both hotel guests and the community by providing new amenities such as a one-of-a kind restaurant, a lounge, and meeting and event spaces.
A destination hotel for the working professional visiting one of the many tech industry businesses located in bustling Silicon Beach, including Google, Facebook, YouTube LA, Yahoo!, Snapchat and Hulu.
The close proximity to the beach and big commercial malls will give visitors the opportunity to branch out and explore tourist-friendly centers (e.g. C3 at Culver Pointe, Fox Hills Park/Plaza and Westfield Culver City).
The Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) is a tax levied on hotel/motel room rent charges for all hotel/motel room occupants, except those guests whose stay is for more than 30 consecutive days. The tax rate is 14% of the rent charged for the room.
The revenue from the TOT goes directly to the city’s general fund. This means 100% of the revenue generated, which is paid solely by hotel guests, goes directly to the community. This is the best kind of tax revenue for cities.
The revenue generated will be pure profit for the city. The Jeff Hotel would likely deliver well over $1.5 million in direct revenue to the city. The funds will be used by the city to benefit residents, such as tree cutting, street repairs, additional policing / firefighters, and more.
Address: 11469 Jeff Blvd. Culver City, CA 90230
Height: 56 feet (compliant with current zoning codes)
Total Floor Area: Approximately 122,000 square feet of hotel space
Rooms: 175 guest rooms
Community Access: New amenities include a restaurant, a rooftop lounge, and meeting and event spaces. The rooftop pool deck and lounge will be positioned facing Jefferson Blvd. to create a buffer and minimize noise impact.