Revealed: Plans for mixed-use creative campus in Marina del Rey

Steaven Jones Development and Creative Office Properties are jointly developing INclave

Jan.January 09, 2018 04:00 PM
Steaven K. Jones and Lawry Meister (Credit: sjdcinc)

Dog grooming facilities and automatic parking? Marina del Rey is about to get even more yuppie-friendly.

A mixed-use complex set to include creative offices, luxury apartments and retail is taking shape at 4061 – 4065 Glencoe Avenue in Marina del Rey, developers Steaven Jones Development Company (SJDC) and Creative Office Properties announced.

The project, dubbed INclave, will feature 65,000 square feet of creative office space, 49 apartment units and 2,000 square feet of restaurant space. Amenities at the campus– designed by Gustaf Soderbergh and Peter Petraglia of VTBS– will include outdoor common areas, a business center, a gym with a yoga studio, dog play area, and a swimming pool with spa.

INclave will also have 282 parking spaces, although 277 of those will be for its automatic valet parking system (After all, we are in Silicon Beach.)

The campus is slated to be ready in early 2019.

Christine Deschaine and Clare Collins of Kennedy Wilson are leasing the cafe space, while Barett Meister of SJDC is leasing the rest of the campus.

The firm purchased the property for $17 million in April 2016, according to Real Capital Analytics.

SJDC also owns the creative office complex, dubbed Pinnacle Creative Campus, at 5855 – 5839 Green Valley Circle in Culver City, as well as the Coffee Bean and Tea-leased two-story building at 1401 2nd Street in Santa Monica. The Sawtelle-based firm, led by Steaven Jones and Lawry Meister, also owns the neighboring three-building complex at 4061-4063 Glencoe Avenue, and the office building at 4077 Redwood Avenue, according to its website.

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