Renderings show Hackman’s planned Culver Studios expansion

The 413,000-square-foot expansion is slated for 2020 completion

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 26, 2017 09:00 AM
Culver Studios Rendering (Credit: Gensler)

The studio where “Gone with the Wind” and “E.T.” were filmed is scheduled for a makeover.

In an updated version of the environmental impact report, with new renderings, Hackman Capital Partners proposes an expansion of 413,000-square-feet to the 14-acre site at 9336 W. Washington Boulevard, Urbanize reported.

The Gensler-designed project would demolish some existing structures to make room for seven new buildings. Some aging areas would also be refurbished.
The renovated studio will also offer more parking along Van Buren Place, allowing space for over 2,300 vehicles.

Culver Studios Rendering (Credit: Gensler)
Culver Studios Rendering (Credit: Gensler)

An initial report from the Culver City Planning Division said the new facilities will offer a mix of production space, offices and digital media stages.

Hackman acquired the iconic studio founded by silent movie pioneer Thomas Ince for $85 million in 2014. If approved, construction will begin in early 2018 and end in 2020.

Culver Studios Rendering (Credit: Gensler)
Culver Studios Rendering (Credit: Gensler)

The studio made headlines earlier this year as rumors circulated that Amazon and Apple were going to be moving into the space to pursue original content production. [Urbanize] Natalie Hoberman


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
3339 Exposition Blvd. and Asher Luzzatto

Luzzatto Co. assembling creative office hub in West Adams

Jason Illoulian and the Cemex plant

Faring makes $30M assemblage play on WeHo/LA border

From left: Nuveen CEO Vijay Advani, Graymark founder/CEO Brian Hecktman

Graymark, Nuveen pay $97M for El Segundo creative office

La Mirada industrial building

Clarion pays $77M for La Mirada industrial project

510 Park Avenue and CEO of Monster Beverage Rodney Sacks

Monster Beverage affiliate guzzles down industrial project in San Fernando

From left: Saeed Nourmand, Michael Nourmand, Grant King and Richard Heyman

Relevant Group sues Nourmand & Associates’ founder, alleging extortion over hotel projects

Centennial founder and CEO Steven Levin with a rendering of the project

Centennial Real Estate approved for sprawling $300M mixed-use village

Apartment complex at 1435 Stanley Avenue and Raintree Partners CEO Jeffrey Allen (Credit: Apartment Finder)

Raintree Partners spends $79M on Glendale multifamily portfolio

arrow_forward_ios