53,000 SF creative office of adaptive re-use of the former Sears building downtown Santa Monica at Main and Main

December 14, 2017

Matt Anderson

Market Expert

Assistant Director, Savills Studley

California Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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As one of the newest redevelopments to hit Silicon Beach, the former Sears building offers 2 flagship floors with sweeping ocean views, tons of private outdoor space and a complete seismic retrofit, above several floors of curated small-shop retail and a diverse food hall. The historically significant architecture shall remain throughout the project, namely the 13.5’-17’ ceiling heights, and the new construction will also include a glass atrium throughout, allowing an abundance of natural light to penetrate every floor in the building. The project comes with 180 car parking with the ability to increase for additional parking requirements. Lastly, there is also an incredibly marketable signage/branding opportunity available.

The building was historically occupied by Sears since it was originally constructed in 1947 and is listed as a true Santa Monica historic landmark. This is the first time this space has been available for lease in over half a century. Located a few blocks from the Santa Monica Pier and directly adjacent to the final stop of the brand new Expo Line. Silicon Beach is also the home to more than 500 tech companies and over $7 billion in venture capital invested in recent years as well as being the third-largest tech hub in the world that such companies call it home: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Activision, Snapchat, YouTube, RedBull, Uber, Hulu, Riot Games, to name a few.

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