1. What amenities are LA tech tenants demanding in their spaces?
2. Where is the Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math workforce in LA looking to live?
3. How far will Silicon Beach tech companies push into the South Bay?
4. How can landlords ensure tech tenants are financially suited to sign long-term leases?
5. Where is the next Santa Monica & Venice for the new wave of tech tenants?
Nestled in a lush, park-like setting, The Bluffs at Playa Vista is a LEED Gold certified, trophy creative office campus located in the heart of the Playa Vista submarket in West Los Angeles. Consisting of two five-story office buildings totaling approximately 500,000 square feet, the Property boasts state-of-the-art building systems, expansive floor plates with dual cores for optimum space planning flexibility, ample parking in a six-level parking structure, and 13-foot exposed slab to slab ceiling heights and floor-to-ceiling windows offering abundant natural light and sweeping views of the bluffs
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The Bluffs at Playa Vista
12121 Bluff Creek Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90094
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Why live in the valley when you can live on the beach?
There are now more than 500 technology tenants who have picked LA's Silicon Beach over San Fran's Silicon Valley. With exorbitantly higher living costs up north, many Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math (STEM) workers are leaving Silicon Valley and headed down to Silicon Beach.
The term Silicon Beach was first designated to Santa Monica, but quickly spread south as the wave of tech tenants absorbed available space. Fast forward to today, and Silicon Beach extends to Playa Vista, El Segundo and even Hollywood.
How far can Silicon Beach stretch? What are these tech tenants demanding of their space? Is there enough demand in the tech sector in LA to support ongoing projects?
Join Bisnow as we discuss the future of Silicon Beach with top industry professionals and assess if this trend is here to stay, or will this tech bubble burst like it did in the 90s.