Thai Union North America, which makes Chicken of the Sea, signs lease at Campus 2100 in El Segundo

The development is almost fully leased

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 26, 2017 04:00 PM
Campus 2100 in El Segundo (Credit: Cushman & Wakefield, Chicken of the Sea)

“Is this chicken what I have, or is this fish?” Jessica Simpson famously gaffed on the reality show “Newlyweds.” It was Chicken of the Sea, and the company that makes it is now moving to El Segundo.

Frozen food distributor Thai Union North America signed a 33,085-square-foot lease at Campus 2100 in El Segundo, The Real Deal has learned. The holding company will relocate its two offices into an entire single-story building.

Chris Sinfield and Tom Sheets of Cushman & Wakefield’s represented the landlord in the transaction, and Travers Cresa represented Thai Union.

The lease brings the three-building Class A creative office campus jointly owned by Rockwood Capital and Marshall Property & Development to 94 percent occupancy.

Thai Union is relocating the recently-sold Pacific Corporate Towers down the road on Sepulveda Boulevard. It will also consolidate its San Diego office into its new El Segundo space.

Thai Union’s new stomping grounds are also listed for sale.

Its bicoastal owners listed the 204,000-square-foot property at 2100-2150 East Grand Avenue with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank earlier this month.


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