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Los Angeles-based private investor Olive Hill Group has announced plans for $1.5 million in improvements to a 200,000-square-foot creative office campus at 200-300 Corporate Pointe in Culver City.

The property is being rebranded as the Courtyard at Culver Pointe, owing to the future renovation of a 30,000-square-foot central courtyard with new outdoor amenities.  Planned features include a food truck loading zone, new seating areas, hammocks in a lounge setting, bike-friendly paths and a bocce ball court.

Olive Hill will also install free Wi-Fi, improved lighting, a fitness center and a bike sharing program.

AKA Architecture is designing the project, which has an estimated completion date of September 2017.

At the time of publication, Courtyard and Culver Pointe is 95 percent leased, with tenants that include Ipsos, Insight, Omnia Media and DataScience Inc.

 

Rendering by AKA Architecture
Rendering by AKA Architecture

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