Located in a prime spot along Santa Monica Boulevard in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Pavilion will have 9,000 sf of retail space, 35,500 sf of office space, and two below-grade parking levels when it opens in late 2010. The $10 million, three-story building extends a full length of the block to create a window wall of blue-gray translucent, fritted glass panels overlooking the famous boulevard below. The retail level will have clear floor-to-ceiling glass panels. The Building Team includes Nadel Architects, Ed Gush General Contractor (GC), Innovative Engineering Group (MEP), and Englekirk Partners Consulting (structural engineer).
New pavilion planned for famous boulevard
The main lobby of Hyatt Hotels’ 240,000-sf headquarters in Chicago, which has achieved WELL Silver certification. This open office space gives its occupants choices for noise and temperature levels. Gensler was the interior designer, Power Construction the GC. Courtesy International Well Building Institute.
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OSO and Merrick Architecture designed the building.
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Plunkett Raysich Architects designed the project.
The 1.7 million-sf campus will expand the company’s New York City presence.
The company will also build smaller expansions in six other U.S. cities over the next three years.
Tech startups are vying for rent-free office space, with access to full amenities, for 24 consecutive months on the 3rd and 4th floors of Wells Fargo Center in downtown Los Angeles, which is also in the process of making its massive atrium more attractive to workers in the building and the surrounding neighborhood. Image: Brookfield Office Properties
This is part of a larger campaign to burnish the image of L.A.’s Wells Fargo Center.
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Both cities are on the East Coast.
Stantec worked with Ankrom-Moisan Architects on the design.
Gensler designed the building.