Bento Box Entertainment renews 27K sf lease in North Hollywood

The award-winning studio is behind the cult favorite “Bob’s Burgers”

Jul.July 11, 2018 05:30 PM
CEO Scott Greenberg

The animation studio behind “Bob’s Burgers” is staying put in North Hollywood.

Bento Box Entertainment signed a five-year, 27,300-square-foot lease renewal at an office building at 5161 Lankershim Boulevard. The deal was announced Wednesday.

Located in the North Hollywood Arts District, the four-story building spans 197,000 square feet. Beacon Capital Partners, an office-focused firm based in Boston, acquired the recently renovated property for $69 million last year.

Endemol Shine North America, a TV production company, also leases at the site.

Paul Stockwell of CBRE represented the studio.

Bento Box, led by co-founder and CEO Scott Greenberg, produces the animated comedy series for broadcast, digital and cable networks. Other shows produced by the Emmy award-winning studio include “Legends of Chamberlain Heights” on Comedy Central, “Allen Gregory” on FOX, and “Neighbors From Hell” on TBS.

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