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Bob Hope Site 3321 W. Olive Ave. Status: Entitled Size: 111,000 square feet Worthe bought the entitled property from the Bob Hope family in 2012 for $8 million. Hope’s second wife, Dolores, had sought to build a museum commemorating her husband, but those plans fell through. There is no start date for the project. The Pinnacle, Phase I 3300 W. Olive Ave. Status: Built Size: 395,000 square feet Worthe built the six-story building in 2002. Tenants include Warner Music Group and KIIS-FM (102.7). Worthe owns the property with M. David Paul & Associates and Hudson Pacific Properties Inc., which bought into the development in 2012. The Pinnacle, Phase II 3400 W. Olive Ave. Status: Built Size: 235,000 square feet Worthe built the six-story tower in 2005. It is fully leased to Warner Bros. Worthe owns the property with M. David Paul and Hudson Pacific Properties, which bought into the development in 2012. The Pointe 2900 W. Alameda Ave. Status: Built, more entitled. Size: 480,000 square feet Worthe got approval for the tower at the top of the market in 2007. However, by the time the 14-story building was finished in 2009 the market had crashed. It took more than three years to lease 75 percent. He is entitled to build an adjacent 485,000-square-foot sister building. 1. Stage 3 An 11,000-square-foot stage where “Access Hollywood” is filmed. 2. Stage 1 The historic 20,000-square-foot stage was home to Johnny Carson and “The Tonight Show” for decades. Last year, the space was taken over by the iHeartRadio Theater, which hosts live musical performances. 3. Magnolia Building, Stage 5 The building totals 38,000 square feet and includes Stage 5 where NBC’s Spanish-language Telemundo network films productions. 4. Stage Complex 2 & 4 Two sound stages and offices totaling about 54,000 square feet where the popular soap opera “Days of our Lives” is filmed. 5. Fairway Building, Stage 7 Worthe will convert an old mill where sets were constructed into 150,000 square feet of creative office space. The attached Stage 7 was vacated by KNBC-TV Channel 4 news, which moved to Universal City in March. 6. Warehouse The 160,000-square-foot plus building is used by “Days of our Lives” and iHeart for prop storage. It also contains Trio Entertainment, which makes industry billboards. 7. Stage Complex 9 & 11 A two sound-stage complex totaling more than 100,000 square feet where “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno filmed until it relocated to New York in February. 8. Development Site, Stages 10 & 12 Worthe will break ground this year on a 72,000-square-foot complex of two soundstages in a parking lot near the former Leno studio. The stages will be the largest on the lot. – Compiled by Elliot Golan

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