Situated on nearly 14 acres in the South Bay’s flourishing El Segundo submarket, the single-story, 260,000 sq. ft. commercial building has been transformed into a collaborative creative space tailored to fit the lifestyle of the innovative millennial. The space offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, coffee shop, outdoor lounge areas, bike storage, showers, and ample parking. Close proximity to major retail destinations and amenities, 555 Aviation is located in a highly sought-after area that is accessible by all modes of transportation.
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Tishman Speyer's 555 Aviation
555 S Aviation Blvd.
El Segundo, CA 90245
Parking Information: Free parking on-site.
The Greater Los Angeles market has 2.5M SF of office under construction. As the region continues to grow, investors have their sights set on building more. With steady employment and a growing population, the market will appears to remain a steady investment.
Growth, however, comes with unique challenges. As tenants everywhere "rightsize," space is continuously becoming available and the remainder needs to be absorbed. Downtown appears to be handling the trend well as the submarket reached its highest net absorption level in years. The region is seeing a continually diversifying tenant base, and as tech grows in most of LA's submarkets and they are becoming a robust supplement to the region's leasing activity.
Continued changes in the workplace from the "open floor-plan or private office" debate, to the rise in telecommuting have forced market leaders to react quickly and make savvy decisions to continue attracting modern tenants.
How should you be interpreting the market changes? Join us as we dive into the ever changing LA office market, assess its status, and forecast its future.
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