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A large vacant property on Rosecrans Avenues is slated for a mixed-use development featuring commercial offices, production space, and retail, according to an environmental report now being compiled by the City of El Segundo.

The Beach Cities Media Campus, proposed for a six-acre site near the intersection of Rosecrans and Nash street, calls for the construction of a five-story, 240,000-square-foot office building, a 66,000-square foot studio and production facility and two single-story buildings comprising 7,000 square feet of retail space.  These uses would be served by structured parking or 1,100 vehicles, as well as limited surface parking.

Two different site plans are under consideration for the project, both of which could include a pedestrian bridge between the proposed office building and an existing office building at 2041 Rosecrans Avenue.

Adjacent properties are listed among the portfolio of Continental Development Corporation, an El Segundo-based firm with projects in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas.

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