CommonGrounds Workplace has expanded their Los Angeles area footprint! Joining the Long Beach, Burbank, and West Hollywood locations, CG’s new 45,978 square-foot workplace is located in the heart of the financial district at 915 Wilshire Boulevard.
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“Our downtown workplace will be able to fulfill an underserved and growing enterprise flexible office market, supporting the next generation of workers and companies including those within the Greater LA area,” said Jacob Bates, Chief Executive Officer for CommonGrounds Workplace.
915 Wilshire is a 22-story building with unobstructed views of the LA skyline. The building includes a tenant lounge, outdoor deck, on-site restaurant, and parking. It is conveniently located to the 7th Street/Metro Center Station and has easy ingress/egress to Freeway 110. There are restaurants, shopping and entertainment nearby.
CG’s lease includes the entire seventh floor (direct access to the outdoor deck) and a portion of the eighth floor. The office renovation, overseen by their in-house design division, is nearing completion and it is ready for member occupancy.
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Offering well over 100 square-feet per person with everyday amenities, CG has taken extreme safety measures and precautions, including additional cleaning services, to ensure they provide the safest environment for their members.
Bates said, “As a former corporate real estate executive, CG has first-hand knowledge of the needs of corporate real estate clients. CG’s adaptive environments host the latest technology, including the leading-edge enterprise data security, and options for worklife integration and wellbeing. This allows us to provide a workplace where the layout of the space may be reprogrammed on demand. Empowering our customers to reconfigure the workplace to accommodate evolving business needs and employees work styles.”
Los Angeles-based Ware Malcomb is the architect of record. Sound abating demountable wall systems by Milan, Italy-based Tecno and customizable contract grade furniture by San Francisco-based Pair are utilized in the workplace.