Last Available Space in bLAckwelder Campus

July 26, 2018

Matt Anderson

Market Expert

Assistant Director, Savills Studley

California Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 213-553-3861

3113 S. La Cienega – the last remaining space in the creative office campus known as bLAackwelder,  is a beautiful 7,246 SF space consisting of a free-standing corrugated metal butler building. It comes with an exclusive, directly adjacent, outdoor patio area. It also has private, in-suite men’s and women’s restrooms. The space has a large open space for work stations, a reception and large open concept kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a stadium seating lounge area and one large conference room and one small conference room.

Ownership is looking for a lease commitment of 3-7 years. Asking rate is $3.65 NNN (NNNs are estimated at $1.08/SF). The building comes with 2.2/1,000 parking ratio with the ability to lease additional spaces on month to month basis.

bLAckwelder is an adaptive reuse project consisting of 19 existing metal corrugated standalone buildings on a 6.4-acre landmark campus in Culver City. Originally designed and constructed with small, scaling companies in mind, this self-contained site offers over 150,000 SF of curated creative office space in one of the hottest and fastest-growing submarkets in all of Los Angeles.

For more information about this space or others like it, please contact us here.

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