2300 W Empire Avenue is a 351,300 square foot, 7-story Class “A” Office building located in the heart of Burbank’s Airport District and adjacent to Empire Center. 2300 W Empire provides a unique business environment for its tenants by combining an unparalleled Burbank location, extensive walkable and on- site amenity base, and functional and efficient floor layouts, and strong digital infrastructure. To meet today’s tenants’ work environment needs, 2300 W Empire is finalizing plans for an on-site Conference Center featuring over 5,000 SF of Meeting and Entertainment space and fully equipped to host a training session, guest speaker or even a monthly staff or board meeting. A Tenant Lounge will be found immediately adjacent to the Conference Center, intended to be an extension of a tenant’s space, that will include soft seating and flat screen televisions, ideal for gatherings, individual work focus or relaxation, or group events. Fully furnished with the latest equipment, a Fitness Center will cap off the on-site improvements, all intended to enhance the Tenant experience. Achieving a Platinum WiredScore, the highest rating and best in class building connectivity, the Wi-Fi-Lit Plaza expands on the existing exterior seating area. Soon to stream soft music, tenants at 2300 W Empire can relax or work in multiple areas outside of their individual offices. The Project is LEED Gold certified for its core & shell, having earned prestigious recognition for sustainable measures effectively lowering operating costs, improving air quality while enhancing productivity and enjoyment.
The Building’s major tenants include Cast & Crew, Critical Content and the Census Bureau.
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Future of the Tri-Cities
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State of the Valley
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2300 W Empire Avenue
2300 W Empire Ave.
Burbank, CA 91504
Parking Information: Free parking on-site.
The Greater Los Angeles region has continued to see a development boom. As entertainment remains the economy's driver, its hub has remained a primary beneficiary. The San Fernando Valley and the Tri-Cities are under a significant period of growth, seeing new multifamily, office, mixed use and industrial projects abound.
The entertainment industry has not slowed down, and with the submarket's reputation for more affordable living than other LA submarkets boosts its attractiveness, the area is poised and ready for growth.
Growth comes with unique challenges, and as the market moves forward, they must be navigated with an expert hand. Is demand high enough to meet supply? How do we ensure developments are attractive and competitive to other submarkets?
Join us as we examine the Tri-Cities and Valley's growth, forecast its development trajectory, and strategize for continued maturation.
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