Hackman Capital Partners is an industry leading studio operator with a track record of success. The company has successfully modernized and transformed other studio properties into state-of-the-art production facilities to meet the growing and ever-changing needs of the entertainment industry. Hackman Capital Partners owns Culver Studios and Sony Pictures Animation campus in Culver City, the 22-acre Manhattan Beach Studios, and Raleigh Studios, one of the oldest film and television production facilities in Los Angeles.
The company also owns Silvercup in New York City, Second Line Stages in New Orleans, Ardmore Studios and Troy Studios in Ireland, and Eastbrook Studios, which is currently under construction in London.
The TVC Project will preserve and modernize studio production in LA.
For over 70 years, Television City has been an iconic landmark in the Beverly/Fairfax community. The TVC Project will preserve the site’s long-standing use as a studio and modernize the facility to meet today’s content creators’ needs.
The TVC Project is significantly smaller than what the City allows for a Regional Center.
The TVC Project’s proposed floor area ratio (FAR) is significantly smaller than the Beverly Center or developments in Century City and Downtown Los Angeles. It is organized in a manner to appropriately fit the surrounding community and to ensure minimal disruption to local neighborhoods.
The TVC Project self-imposes height restrictions, setback requirements, and public realm improvements.
Existing zoning allows for unlimited height and has no setback requirements. The TVC Project commits to explicit height limitations, setback requirements, and improvements to the public realm.
Construction is estimated to last less than 3 years.
TVC Project construction activities will not be continuous until 2050 and are estimated to last 32 months in total.
The TVC Project will not result in significant transportation impacts during operations.
The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) declared that this project would not result in significant transportation impacts during operations. In addition to dedicated employee commuter shuttles, bicycle facilities, incentives to utilize public transit, and ample on-site parking, the TVC Project also includes millions of dollars of investment in transportation improvements and public realm enhancements.
Dedicated commuter shuttles will bring employees to TVC.
Similar to other studios, universities, and tech companies, the TVC Project will provide dedicated commuter shuttles to bring employees from across the city to the studio.
Enhanced below grade production activity.
The TVC Project proposes a significant dedicated area below grade to support Basecamp and Production Support activities, providing for efficient production operations throughout the studio.
The TVC Project is a studio project.
The TVC Project does not include residential uses.
Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), a full environmental impact report (EIR) will be prepared to identify and analyze the potential environmental benefits and impacts associated with the operations and construction of the TVC Plan. Robust community outreach will be conducted throughout the process.