General Assembly Occupies Their New Home in Brunswig Square

January 20, 2017

UPDATE: 5 months after lease execution, General Assembly was able to officially occupy their new space as the first tenant at Brunswig Square. GA could not be happier with how their new space turned out and they’ve already started enrolling students. The high ceilings, glass-lined classrooms throughout and huge, open main “living room” area turned out great. It feels good to have a happy client. This transaction has already started a snowball effect as the project has gained some serious momentum with other interested tech, media and entertainment clients that all want to be in this fast-growing part of Little Tokyo / Arts District.

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