Following a $5-million renovation by Watt Investment, new leases have been signed at 3000 South Robertson near Culver City.

Built in the mid-1980s, the property features over 100,000 square feet of rentable space across four floors and a dedicated parking structure.  Real estate firm NKF has signed three leases totaling 22,724 square feet at the building.  The new tenants include the Michelson Foundation, Universal Protection Services and Complete Care.

Located just north of the Santa Monica Freeway, the property is being marketed for its proximity to the Expo Line's Culver City Station and the $500-million Ivy Station development, which is now under construction.

The City of Los Angeles is currently considering rezoning nearby streets to allow mixed-use developments to connect with the Expo Line station.

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