These are the 15 biggest office tenants in LA

5 media or entertainment firms, including Walt Disney Co., made cut

Feb.February 11, 2016 01:46 PM

The top 15 office tenants in Los Angeles County take up a whopping 18.2 million square feet of space, and healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente occupies more of it than any other company, according to a TRD analysis of CoStar Group data.

Kaiser’s 3.1 million square feet of occupied space across 51 addresses is just ahead of financial titan Bank of America, which takes up 2.4 million square feet. But the third biggest holder is the county itself. Los Angeles County occupies 2.4 million square feet in, well, Los Angeles County.

Of the top 15 office tenants, five are media or entertainment companies, three are government agencies or institutions and two are banks. Reflecting L.A.’s aerospace history, a manufacturer of airplanes, rockets and satellites (the Boeing Co.), as well as an aerospace and defense company (Raytheon Corp.) also made the cut.

Here’s the list:

The 15 biggest Tenants in LA

RankTenantSF Occupied
1Kaiser Permanente3,119,979
2Bank of America2,443,280
3Los Angeles County2,376,025
4Southern California Edison Company1,694,360
6The Walt Disney Co. 1,064,384
7Los Angeles Unified School District932,305
8Raytheon Corp.849,996
9Wells Fargo Bank770,311
10Los Angeles County Metro Transit Authority705,423
11The Boeing Co.724,841
12Warner Bros. Entertainment650,947
14Universal Music Group553,003
15CBS Broadcasting515,531

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