Hydroponics firm inks lease at Cohen Bros.’ Pacific Design Center

Advanced Nutrients signed a long-term lease in the Green Building in West Hollywood

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Mar.March 20, 2019 08:00 AM
Mike Straumietis, CEO of Advanced Nutrients and the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood

A hydroponic nutrients company has inked a long-term lease at Cohen Brothers Realty’s Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.

Advanced Nutrients signed a 10-year lease for 13,500 square feet, according to the Commercial Observer. The deal works out to $4.10 per square foot per month.

The British Columbia-based firm will take over the space in the Green Building, which was occupied by the ad agency Dailey & Associates. Daily will move into 20,000 square feet of space on the same floor. Advanced Nutrients had been at 8000 Sunset Boulevard.

Marc Bretter with Cresa, who represented Advanced Nutrients in the deal, told the Observer the company will move in after renovations in May.

Pacific Design Center’s Green, Blue and Red buildings on Melrose Avenue include 1.6 million square feet of space on a 14-acre property.

Advanced Nutrients will join the New York-based production company A24, which signed for an entire floor in the Red Building last September, totaling 25,000 square feet. Co-working giant WeWork also is signed for more than 120,000 square feet at the complex.

Other tenants include artificial intelligence firm Poletus, which inked a 21,000-square-foot lease last year, and Cedars-Sinai medical center. It is two years into its 15-year lease. The medical center has 46,500 square feet in the Green Building and 30,000 square feet in the Blue Building. [CO]Gregory Cornfield


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