by Adina Marcut
Los Angeles—Rockwood Capital and Marshall Development announced work has begun on the 55,000-square-foot, Gensler-designed building at Playa Jefferson. The new building will increase the size of the office campus to approximately 250,000 square feet. Building E will accommodate a variety of requirements ranging from approximately 18,000 to 55,000 square feet of contiguous space.
“Playa Vista continues to be the ‘it’ place for emerging companies,” said Paul Marshall, president of Marshall Property & Development, in prepared remarks. “Playa Jefferson provides firms with the most dynamic campus environment surrounded by abundant housing, retail and entertainment.”
Playa Jefferson is owned by an affiliate of Rockwood and managed by Marshall Development. The 50-foot glass, green-friendly building has landscaping with outdoor dining and meeting areas, shared campus bikes, food trucks and outdoor ping pong and foosball tables.
The campus is home to industry leaders and nearby companies include Google, Sony and YouTube.
Image courtesy of Playa Jefferson