ARCHITECTURALLY REMARKABLE SUBLEASE SPACE IN THE COVETED BLACKWEDLER CREATIVE CAMPUS

May 25, 2017

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Washington D.C. Team Market Expert | Assistant Director, Savills Studley | DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Broker

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This is a beautifully built out 2-story space abundant with wood, glass and polished concrete throughout. At 7,016 RSF, it is perfect for any type of creative tenant – architecture, technology, internet, new media, advertising. Completely state of the art and turn-key creative office space in the heart of Culver City’s Blackwelder creative campus. The first floor consists of tons of open area, an immaculate kitchen area, a breakout/hangout lounge and a handful of private offices and a conference room. The second floor is all open workstation area with a built in mezzanine pseudo-conference room with 2 interconnecting stairwells. There is also a beautiful outdoor private patio for breakout meetings, lounging, or just getting away. Sublease goes through March 31, 2022 with a longer term direct lease available with Landlord. The space comes with 23 parking spaces (11 of them being on-site) the remainder being off-site in a nearby lot. The space is immediately available and read to be toured.

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