Fresh new renderings were released this week detailing the expansion of the Culver Studios which will add over 400,000 square feet of space to the 14-acre campus. The Culver City Planning Division revealed to the public an updated draft environmental impact report for the proposed expansion of the Culver Studios campus. The project, being completed by landlord Hackman Capital Partners, would add approximately 413,1000 square feet of rentable space to the 14-acre property at 9336 W. Washington Boulevard. Plans call for the construction of seven new buildings, replacing several smaller existing structures, as well as the refurbishment of the exiting historic portion of the campus.
A new parking garage is also planned along Van Buren Place, as well as an underground garage toward the north side of the campus. Overall, the property will be able to accommodate over 2,300 vehicles.
Gensler has been tapped as the architecture firm undertaking the design of the project, which will feature buildings and production facilities up to four stories in height.
Construction of the new Culver Studios expansion is expected to happen over the next 32 months starting in early 2018 with anticipated completion in 2020.
It’s been reported that both tech giants Apple and Amazon have been considering space at the new campus for both respective production arms of the companies.
Hackman will also be developing adjacent properties with offices and retail spaces as part of the Culver Steps project (see photos below)
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