TVC will keep high quality film and media production in LA, create thousands of entertainment jobs, and help improve the neighborhood we have called home for over 70 years.
The Project will improve public safety by incorporating a 24/7 security plan including a 24-hour security camera network, private on-site security staff,
regular security patrols, and new eyes on the street by helping increase pedestrian activity along the site boundaries.
Beautification & Enhanced Streetscapes
The Project will enhance the public realm through new streetscape improvements including widened sidewalks, new landscaping, lighting, wayfinding signage and pedestrian amenities such as benches and shade structures. The Project will also include a new central pedestrian entrance to TVC along Beverly Boulevard with views of the Historic Cultural Monument.
Better Access & Walkability
The Project will include new vehicular driveways and pedestrian access into TVC along Fairfax Avenue, Beverly Boulevard and The Grove Drive. These improvements will provide quick and efficient access into the project site and will be controlled with gates and/or staffed guard houses.
Small Business Support
The modernization of TVC will have a positive impact on the local economy by creating employment opportunities for thousands of individuals involved in productions, simultaneously supporting small businesses. Various local establishments, ranging from restaurants and retailers to gas stations and dry cleaners, will also benefit from the project, bolstering business for film-related vendors and contributing to the growth of the local economy.
The TVC Plan will invest millions in transportation improvements to create a multi-modal mobility hub. It will connect studio workers and the neighborhood to a number of nearby transit options, including the Metro D (Purple) Line’s future Wilshire/Fairfax station, encouraging more efficient and sustainable ways to commute.
Preserve TVC as a Studio
For over 70 years, Television City has been an industry landmark and beloved studio in the Beverly/Fairfax community. The TVC Project will preserve the property’s long-standing use as a working studio and modernize the facility to meet the evolving needs of content creators.