The Bookend of 405 Mateo Welcomes The Maxwell

February 15, 2018

Matt Anderson

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Assistant Director, Savills Studley

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As the newest development to now hit the Arts District, The Maxwell is the third building within the 405 Mateo project sandwiching a small retail or creative office space. The Maxwell sits at 1003 4th Place and boasts 49,739 rentable square feet on two floors of creative office space sitting above a small ground floor presence and then floors 2-6 parking. The 7th floor is 19,300 RSF and the 8th floor is 17, 723 RSF. Sandwiched between this and 405 Mateo is a small warehouse structure which can be utilized as retail or creative office. It sits on 7,365 RSF and can be combined with the ground floor of 405 Mateo with 11,244 RSF. 405 Mateo itself totals 59,545 RSF of creative office and flexible ground floor space.

The project as a whole is a brand new, state-of-the-art jewel-box of creative office space. The building is a high-volume space, with floorplates up to +/-19,000 RSF and 15 foot ceiling heights. The 8th floor has an exclusive outdoor balcony with views of DTLA. Both creative office floors sit above a 5-floor parking structure with 210 parking stalls.

405 Mateo consists of 59,545 rentable square feet. With 10,200 SF floorplates, polished concrete floors throughout, 11 feet ceiling heights on floors 2-4 and 14 foot ceiling heights on floor 5 as well as operable steel-frame windows and a rooftop deck with 360-degree views.

Some history on the building includes it being originally built in 1924 as Maxwell House Coffee’s west coast production facilities (hence the aptly titled Maxwell). Its historic architecture was kept in its modern refurbishment with over-sized windows, open wood-pressed concrete ceilings and weathered brick walls.

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