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The Culver City Planning Division has published an updated draft environmental impact report for the proposed expansion of the Culver Studios campus.

The project, which comes from Hackman Capital Partners, would add approximatley 413,000 square feet of rentable space to the 14-acre property at 9336 W. Washington Boulevard.  Plans call for a the construction of seven new buildings - replacing several smaller structures - as well as the refurbishment of historing components of the campus.

A new parking garage is planned along Van Buren Place, as well as underground garage toward the north side of the campus.  The property would have toal accommodations for over 2,300 vehicles.

Architecture firm Gensler is designing the project, which would feature buildings and production facilities up to four stories in height.

Construction of the Culver Studios expansion is anticipated to occur over approximately 32 months, beginning in early 2018 and ending in 2020.

Multiple reports have indicated that both Amazon and Apple have considered leasing space at the campus for their production arms.

Hackman is also developing an adjacent property with offices and retail space as part of the Culver Steps project.

Rendering by Gensler
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