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DESCRIPTION

Keller Williams Commercial Santa Monica, as the exclusive listing agent, is proud to present this Outstanding Long Term Tenancy Investment Offering Memorandum for the sale of a state-of-the-art new architectural sustainable Class A commercial office building. 6960 S Centinela Avenue in Culver City, California is situated in a premier location with incredible signage visibility adjacent to Playa Vista, highly desirable for media and technology firms; neighboring Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Microsoft, IMAX, to name a few. A stunning design by Netarq Architecture and meticulously built by Sunshine Builders Group, sparing no expense features high-end components and amenities including; beautiful Thermal modified Ash hardwood flooring, double height ceilings, indoor and outdoor solid stainless steel railings and Cor-ten steel fascia. The three-story + mezzanine building is comprised of approximately 13,000 SF of creative offices - the first level is permitted as a restaurant/retail. Offering 22 parking spaces including electric charging stations and a Tesla supercharging station. Located within minutes from LAX, I-405, I-10, I-90 Freeways and the beach.

 

 

RESTAURANT

 

 

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  • Retail / Fully Permitted Restaurant

  • 800 SF patio

 

 

The striking space features an exquisitely bright and open design boasting gorgeous polished concrete floors and custom Western sliding windows and doors inviting guests to enjoy the indoor and outdoor sit-in areas and appreciate the warm sunny beach weather. 

 

CREATIVE OFFICES

 

 

   

  • Divisible

  • Mezzanine

  • Double Height Ceiling

  • Large roof decks

  • Terrace and Balconies

 

 

The stunning environment was designed to cater to media, technology, and innovative firms. It offers divisible open floor plan levels and a mezzanine with double height ceiling. The impressive layout presents greeting and bright creative spaces in which sustainability, functionality, and comfort were the inspiration, strengthening a progressive setting.