The former Sunset Gower Studios will now be called CapitalStudios at Sunset Gower. The former KTLA/Tribune Studios have beenoperating as Sunset Bronson Studios but will now be known asCapital Studios at Sunset Bronson.


Hudson Capital's principals are Victor Coleman and Howard Stern,both former executives at Los Angeles-based Arden Realty duringArden's growth into the largest office landlord in SouthernCalifornia before the publicly held REIT sold out to GE Real Estatein 2006. As part of the merging of the studios, Hudson Capitalplans extensive renovations and upgrades of the properties,including the opening of a post-production building soon to beoccupied by Technicolor that will be the first new office buildingto be constructed in Hollywood in the past 20 years. Technicolor isscheduled to move into the new, six-story office/post-productionbuilding in early 2009.


The Sunset Gower lot was originally the home of ColumbiaPictures in the 1920s and was the studio where a host of movieclassics were filmed, including "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,""From Here to Eternity," "On the Waterfront," "The Bridge on theRiver Kwai" and others. Capital Studios at both the Sunset Gowerand Sunset Bronson locations are currently home to numerous filmand television shows including "Gulliver's Travels" on Fox,"Heroes" on NBC, "Hannah Montana" on Disney.

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