Tech coding school General Assembly first office tenant to sign lease at newly renovated Brunswig Square in downtown Los Angeles

July 20, 2016

ViewSavills Studley proudly represented General Assembly, who recently signed a lease for the 4th floor to become the first office user at the recently renovated Brunswig Square in the Little Tokyo area of downtown Los Angeles.

Located just 2 blocks west of the Arts District, Brunswig Square is an 8 story, 140,000 SF creative office building with 33,000 SF of street level retail in the heart of bustling Little Tokyo Jamestown purchased the building in 2015 and renovated the building, which mainly consisted of back office government users.

All floors have been brought back to shell condition, ceilings exposed and floors polished to reveal beautiful floor to ceiling glass windows that allow natural light to beam through every floor.  Ceilings are at least 12 feet high and several floors boast higher ceilings with private outdoor patios.  Each office floor located on floors 2-8 is just under 16,000 SF.  As the tallest building in the area, the office floors have unobstructed views of the CBD and Arts District (click here to search for office space in downtown Los Angeles).

General Assembly began as a co-working space in 2011 and has since grown into a global learning experience with campuses in 15 cities and over 25,000 graduates worldwide.  General Assembly currently has 2 locations in Los Angeles including one in Santa Monica and one in downtown Los Angeles, which will relocate to Brunswig Square when construction is completed later this year.


Floor Plan

Floor Plan for 7th Floor showing private patio spaces.

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