LAX market’s first creative office project debuts

JLL has already inked deals for 29,700 square feet of space

Mar.March 16, 2016 01:00 PM

Liminal Space, the company headed by real estate developer Paul Solomon, has completed the construction of 6171 Century, an 88,000-square foot creative office building near LAX, it announced Wednesday.

The property is the first creative office building to be developed in the LAX submarket of Los Angeles, the company said.

Tenants including Team Rubicon, an NGO, and Stella Travel Services have already inked deals at the building, for 10,000 and 9,200 square feet, respectively. The remainder of the space is being marketed by Jason Fine and Kristen Bowman of JLL.

“The LAX area is attracting businesses because of its central Westside location where rents are the lowest in the submarket and neighboring cities like El Segundo and Playa Vista,” Solomon said in a statement. “What has been missing until now is a best-in-class creative redevelopment with abundant and nearby amenities.”

Tenants will have access to a string of creative-style amentities, including private showers, bicycle storage and an onsite data center. They’ll also have views of planes taking off and landing, the brokers said. – Katherine Clarke

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