ZipRecruiter signs lease for entirety of HPP’s 604 Arizona building in SaMo

The building is 45,000 sf

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Nov.November 02, 2017 01:00 PM
604 Arizona in Santa Monica (Credit: Google Maps)

ZipRecruiter has signed a 45,000-square-foot lease for the entirety of Hudson Pacific Properties’ building at 604 Arizona Avenue in Santa Monica, The Real Deal has learned.

Terms of the deal could not be confirmed.

Peter Best of LA Realty Partners was the listing agent, CoStar shows, but did not return requests for comment. David Toomey of Cresa represented ZipRecruiter, sources said, but could not be reached. A representative of Hudson Pacific Properties declined to comment.

ZipRecruiter, a job search platform, will be consolidating from various locations in the area.

The co-working company Real Office Centers previously leased the building. HPP served ROC and its approximately 50 tenants with an eviction notice in May, citing two months of missed rent. It wasn’t the executive suite company’s only problem. Earlier this year, ROC pulled out of its 15-year lease at Atlas Capital Group’s Row DTLA project. The deal was fully complete and the space had already been partially built out before a spokesperson announced that the firm would not be moving in.

Prior to ROC’s tenancy, Google leased the building.


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