Los Angeles Office Space
El Segundo is becoming a hub for tech companies that are repurposing old aerospace warehouses into "creative" campuses.
The national spotlight is on the river, and developers are paying attention. Plans include glitzy projects by big-name architects.
The private club and workspace will take up the entire second floor of the ‘Blade Runner’ building.
Pricing for private pod-studios will start at $675 per person per month.
Expected to open in July 2020 in El Segundo.
Take a look at the eight-story office, residential project planned near Arts District Soho Warehouse
106 live/work units, including nine for very low-income households.
Pastel interiors, perks galore, and an outdoor terrace.
The studio will gain 800,000 square feet more space.
In the southern end of the Arts District.
The mixed use campus is slated to open next year.
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Mall owners plan to convert much of the mall into creative offices.
Amazon will take up even more space than previously announced.
The restoration will turn the century-old building, once home to more than a dozen disabled and senior renters, into offices.
The streaming media company will take up two towers on Sunset Boulevard.
Google signed a 16-year lease.
It will compete with Whole Foods less than a block away.
Slated to open early next year.
Construction starts on Santa Monica Sears’ transformation into ‘vibrant’ retail, office, food complex
Work is expected to wrap up in fall 2019
The streaming service is moving into At Mateo.
The project will encompass a full city block.
With ground floor retail.
Amazon Studios is also moving into the Culver Studios campus across the street.
The Paragon Space will provide desks and offices for startups working in the legal marijuana industry.
It would join USC’s design school and Soylent in the fancy, industrial-chic office/retail development.
The structure once housed Howard Hughes’ massive seaplane.
Tronc commissioned a bizarre design proposal to relocate to Aon Center. It’s also considering a move to Playa Vista.
The structure sold for $14 million to a firm that wants to bring restaurants, an art gallery, and creative offices to Hill street between Seventh and Eighth.
A rooftop deck, a "market hall" for retailers, and 50,000 square feet of office space for a "Silicon Beach-type tenant."