Los Angeles-based CIM Group is wrapping up construction on Fomosa West, a new creative office building at the Lot in West Hollywood.

The five-story structure, designed by Studio One Eleven, features 108,000 square feet of rentable space above underground parking for approximately 250 vehicles.

Renderings portray a contemporary mid-rise structure just south of Santa Monica Boulevard, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and open floor plans.

Formosa West is the second component of a master plan for the Lot, following the Formosa South building which now houses the Oprah Winfrey Network.  A third building is also planned near the heart of the campus.

A residential-retail complex from Trammell Crow Residential recently opened across the street.

Rendering by Studio One Eleven
Rendering by Studio One Eleven
Rendering by Studio One Eleven
Rendering by Studio One Eleven

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