September 7, 2017

Matt Anderson

Market Expert

Assistant Director, Savills Studley

California Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 213-553-3861

Come check out the last remaining 2 move-in ready spec suites as well as the crown jewel of the property: the entire second floor (+/-12,000 RSF) that comes with 25 foot ceilings and incredible skylights, fully built-out private offices, a kitchen, in-suite bathrooms and a private elevator and Suites 100/104 on the first floor (+/-10,500 RSF). The project amenities include secured entry, central HVAC, 2/1,000 parking (ownership is in the process of acquiring land behind the building to develop a parking lot to accommodate additional parking), 400 amp electrical service, area lighting and outlets, European kitchen, fiber optic capacity and polished concrete floors.

Second Floor Space:

First Floor Space:

Located just across the 4th Street bridge over the LA River, 4th Street Bridge sits just South of the new 6th Street Bridge and Park development designed by renowned architect Michael Maltzan, scheduled to open in 2020. It will consist of 12 acres of parks built below the bridge in former industrial areas, and new staircases and paths will enable, and encourage, pedestrians to walk up and over it. See video below:

6th Street Bridge Renderings Video

6th Street Viaduct Park Project Plans

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