Construction is proceeding at Playa Jefferson Building E, a new office building in Playa Vista.

The three-story building, located at 12777 W. Jefferson Boulevard, will feature approximatley 55,000 square feet of rentable space, featuring open floor planes, large windows and outdoor decks.

Architecture firm Gensler is designing the low-rise edifice, which will feature a similar look to other buildings at Playa Jefferson.

Developer Rockwood Capital has previously sought to complete the project in Fall 2017.

Rendering by Kilograph

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