Bratz parent is moving into former LA Times printing plant in Chatsworth

Bratz dolls and a rendering of the 24 project (Credit: Killefer Flammang Architects)
Bratz dolls and a rendering of the 24 project (Credit: Killefer Flammang Architects)

The Bratz are bringing their attitude to Chatsworth.

MGA Entertainment, the toy maker behind the big-headed, pouty-lipped dolls, broke ground Thursday on its soon-to-be headquarters at the former L.A. Times printing plant.

MGA’s office will be part of a 24-acre mixed-use campus called 24, developed by MGA CEO Isaac Larian’s son Jason Larian and son-in-law Ryan Hekmat, the Times reported. When complete, the $150 million campus at 20000 Prairie Street will encompass not only commercial space but also several apartment buildings, a dog park, an amphitheater and other public outdoor space.

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The project, which is financed by family and investor funds, is the first project undertaken by the younger Larian and Hekmat’s company Uncommon.

MGA is currently headquartered in Van Nuys. [LAT]Cathaleen Chen