With the Spruce Goose hangar, Google is dramatically expanding its LA footprint.
Google signed a 16-year lease.
At a town hall, a member of the California independence group tells Venice residents: "You need to be pissed off. Then people will pay attention."
The structure once housed Howard Hughes’ massive seaplane.
The new property will give the high-tech automaker 131,000 square feet of Silicon Beach office space.
The project will bring 230 units right to the neighborhood next to Marina del Rey. Rents will start at about $3,000.
Tech companies have mastered the art of designing transportation choices that serve a self-selecting handful of people. Imagine if they focused that energy on solutions that served LA’s greatest public interest?
The California Coastal Commission is investigating whether the company’s employees are parking in spaces set aside for residents underneath the old Freakshow building.
Residents say the tech company is killing the neighborhood’s vibe. A spokesperson says Snapchat is sorry for any strain it has placed on the community.
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The sweet Swiss chalet bungalow was built by Venice founder Abbot Kinney for his son Thornton in 1906. Newly updated, it’s now equipped with high-end appliances and Carrara marble countertops.
The company is expected to go public in early 2017 with an IPO reportedly valued at $25 billion, and doing so could mean "dozens, if not hundreds, of newly created millionaires will be hitting the market," says The Hollywood Reporter.
Messaging app Snapchat is constantly signing new leases, but a recent one for an apartment building is pretty unusual. It's believed the tech giant rented the 25- unit complex for workers who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford to live in Venice.
Auto sales mogul Homman Nissani just purchased nearly nine acres of prime Silicon Beach land where he plans to spend $400 million putting in an astonishing eight car dealerships, plus, possibly, a residential tower or hotel might be in the works.
The messaging app has managed to find almost 80,000 square feet of space in SaMo's famously tight office space market. They could be moving into two buildings and eight hangars this summer.