Architecturally iconic, I.M. Pei-designed building in the heart of the Beverly Hills Triangle

May 23, 2018

Matt Anderson

Market Expert

Assistant Director, Savills Studley

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Finally available for the first time in years, the former Creative Artists Agency (CAA) original Beverly Headquarters is ready to be leased now that Sony Music is finally set to vacate and move onto the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City. I.M. Pei-designed (one of only a small handful of his buildings in all of Southern California), this modernist building has unparalleled building ID potential. With a central 3-story atrium on top of 4 stories of secured subterranean parking with direct building access coupled with a 94-seat screening room, a wall-sized Roy Lichtenstein painting, fully functional full service kitchen on top of every incredible Beverly Hills amenity within walking distance.

Totaling 69,036 rentable square feet, the building can be divided into the following: concourse level: 9,202 RSF, first floor: 18,619 RSF, second floor: 20,473 RSF, and the third floor: 20,742 RSF.

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