"When looking for new offices, we took many factors into consideration, including square footage, location, and commutes... But above all, we wanted an exciting space that enables us to preserve our unique company cultures, while promoting greater collaboration across divisions."
Warner Music Group
Modern glass and steel towers have long been desired for their high-quality spaces and amenities, large floorplates, and prestige locations. Now they are being reinvented for a new era of city living, with major investments in infrastructure, amenities, programming, and design, to meet the demands of a new generation of tenants. And they’ve still got the best views in town!
|USC Tower||US Bank Tower|
|777 Tower||The Gas Company Tower|
|EY Plaza||400 South Hope|
|Wilshire Grand Center||Bank of America Plaza|
|Aon Center||Wells Fargo Plaza|
|City National Plaza||City National 2Cal|
|FourFortyFour South Flower||1 Cal Plaza|
Wells Fargo Center: Halo
This $80M overhaul of the food and beverage offerings at Wells Fargo Center features an open seating plan, enhanced outdoor spaces, and first-rate food options such as Shake Shack, Trejo’s, and Danny Boy’s. On the second floor, The Peak at Halo is a tenant amenity center featuring a fitness & wellness studio, an al fresco terrace, and flexible space for work and meetings.
US Bank Tower: Transformation
New owner Silverstein’s $60M repositioning plans will transform all aspects of the tower and surrounding campus - The Gardens - to meet the evolving needs of the modern workforce. Highlighted by a redesigned lobby with indoor & outdoor collaboration areas, juice/cocktail bar, Grab & Go market, and Vista - a new 20,000 SF amenity destination on the 54th floor with flexible event/conferencing/work spaces - this comprehensive placemaking effort is aimed at improving not only the building, but the surrounding neighborhood as well.
Classic buildings from the early 20th century updated for today’s creative firms in architecture, design, fashion and technology. From Historic Broadway to the Financial, Fashion and Jewelry Districts, dozens of these architectural gems have been reactivated as modern workplaces for innovative companies, loft-style residences for creative individuals, and boutique hotels for trendsetting travelers, and are now among the most prized properties in DTLA.
|The Western Pacific||818 Plaza|
|The Garland Building||PacMutual|
|7MAIN||The Trust Building|
|St. Vincent Jewelry Center||The Bradbury|
A City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, PacMutual is an iconic 450,000 SF complex of three interconnected buildings that has been at the forefront of DTLA’s rise as a destination for creative companies. Strategic investments to upgrade and reposition the property have attracted a new wave of tenants in fashion, design, technology, and communications.
One of the first all-electrically heated and cooled buildings in the United States, The CalEdison is a fourteen-story, steel-framed 1931 treasure that follows a classically inspired Art Deco design. As part of its repositioning for creative offices, the property now features a campus-wide fiber backbone that allows tenants to work across the property’s amenities on their own private network, including at the hip espresso bar in the building’s spectacular Deco lobby.
Traditional warehouse and manufacturing properties retrofitted and repositioned as flexible open space for innovative companies. From the ultra-hip Arts District to the emerging Industrial and Fashion Districts, DTLA’s 25 million SF of industrial space is suddenly a very hot commodity. These locations have become even more desirable as the surrounding residential community, retail offerings, and restaurant scene have exploded with exciting new businesses and bold new projects.
|ROW DTLA||AT MATEO|
|California Market Center||Maxwell Building|
|Warner Music||The Switchyard|
In terms of scope and ambition, no other industrial conversion comes close to the vision that Atlas Capital has been making a reality for ROW DTLA. More than a campus, at 32 acres and almost 3 million SF of rentable space, it is a “city within a city” that features a curated mix of contemporary offices, bespoke boutiques, and artisanal eateries, all served by a 4,000-stall parking structure that affords tenants 4 spaces per 1,000 SF.
California Market Center
Built in 1962 as a showroom and merchandising complex, it quickly became the heart of the world-renowned LA fashion industry. Comprising three towers and over 1.8 million SF, it was acquired by Brookfield Properties in 2017 - who has undertaken a $170M redevelopment and creative office repositioning featuring state-of-the-art facilities, infrastructure, and amenities, including an open-air shopping plaza, rooftop terraces, and an Urbanspace food hall. The effort has already landed its first new signature tenant in Adidas, who will occupy 107,000 SF.
The rise of Co-working has had a huge impact on small businesses and innovative companies that want the flexibility to adapt to changing business needs. Coworking spaces provide shorter lease terms, furnished offices, and services. Ideal for companies in start-up or rapid growth mode, there are dozens of options available to help establish your company within the dynamic and creative DTLA community.
|As We Dwell||Cross Campus|
|CARR Workplaces||Maker City LA|
DTLA is home to a robust selection of co-working spaces, including a diverse mix of global brands, national players, and local ventures. No matter what kind of space you are looking for, you will find it in DTLA.
A mix of soaring skyscrapers, internationally-known cultural institutions, and world-class architecture, Bunker Hill is also home to an increasing concentration of desirable residential properties. While bustling with office workers on weekdays, the success of The Broad, Disney Concert Hall, and adjacent culinary destinations has ushered in a new population, altering perceptions and activating the area on evenings and weekends.
Dense, diverse, and dynamic, the Financial District is the heart of DTLA. Sitting at the center of the region’s Metro rail system, and possessing an unparalleled selection of restaurants, it is the epitome of convenience. The area is home to major retailers like Target, Macy’s, and Whole Foods, great hotels like The Sheraton and InterContinental, and authentic attractions like Pershing Square and the Jewelry District. Rental and condo properties add a residential community that keeps the neighborhood buzzing through the day and into the evening.
Historic Core / Fashion District
With its collection of classic buildings adapted for both office and residential use, this area boasts many of the things that originally put Los Angeles on the world stage – ornate movie palaces, showcase architecture, and the bustling Broadway corridor. It’s also where visitors can experience DTLA’s contemporary reputation as a one-of-a-kind food, arts, and shopping destination, with monthly community events like Downtown Art Walk, Shop Walk, and a popular weekly farmers market drawing crowds to the district through the week and weekend.
Situated on the eastside of DTLA, adjacent to the LA River and railyards, the Arts District is famously home to galleries and cultural spaces, live/work lofts, and unique restaurants and retail in converted warehouses and former factories. It’s also become a haven of innovative space for technology, media, and other creative companies. The neighborhood’s buzz can be felt day and night and has made it one of the hottest real estate markets in the country.
"DTLA is one of the key financial epicenters of Southern California, which is very desirable to employees and other businesses... The synergies of this location are important to our human capital and the future growth of our firm both nationally and internationally."
American Realty Advisors