25,000 SF Full Floor Penthouse Sublease Space In Downtown Santa Monica

May 10, 2016

Recently constructed and furnished creative office sublease in Downtown Santa Monica with ocean views and private balconies

The downtown Santa Monica office market is one of the most active markets in all of Los Angeles. Dubbed “Silicon Beach” due to its large concentration of tech and creative companies, office buildings in downtown Santa Monica continue to be in high demand and this rare full floor sublease provides an opportunity to occupy furnished, plug & play creative office space. The 1540 2nd Street building, which completed construction in 2007, is within walking distance to numerous amenities including the 3rd Street Promenade and located just two blocks from the Expo Line Downtown Santa Monica Station. This building also offers an above-market 4/1,000 SF parking ratio.

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Exposed ceiling and high density layout

Large kitchen with dining area and adjacent teaming area. This 25,757 SF floor provides capacity for over 180 seats, numerous breakout rooms and features high-end finishes with open ceilings and an abundance of glass. There are nine private balconies, spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean with operable windows and 6 restrooms with showers (click here for a floor plan). This space can be delivered fully furnished and offers a sublease term through August 30, 2020. Please feel free to contact us for pricing here or with any questions you may have.


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