A small warehouse in Playa Vista is being repositioned in creative offices according to Josh Bernstein of First Property Realty Corporation.

The three-story building, located at 11869 Teale Street, was recently gutted following a fire.  Rather than returning it to its past use as a warehouse, the family that owns the low-rise structure has instead opted to redevelop it with approximately 30,000 square feet of office space.

The building is well-suited for offices according to Bernstein, with 20-foot ceilings at ground level.  The second floor above is built as a mezzanine level with a balcony, while the third level features 15-foot exposed wood ceilings with skylights.

Los Angeles-based BO.SHI architects is designing the project, which is currently under construction and expected to be ready for occupancy by the first quarter of 2018.

Rendering by BO.SHI architects
Rendering by BO.SHI architects
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Mixed-use building sprouts on the Hollywood - West Hollywood border.

Three stories of wood-frame construction now rise above a concrete podium at 904 La Brea Avenue, where CIM Group is in the midst of construction at its latest Hollywood development.

The project, located just outside of West Hollywood city limits, will feature 169 residential units above 37,000 square feet of commercial space at completion.  Plans call for a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments, including 414