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A handful of 1940s industrial buildings near the Santa Monica DMV are being repurposed as part of a larger creative office campus.

The approximately two-acre project site, located at 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue, will consist of four buildings - some of which date back to the mid-1940s.  At the completion of construction, the property will offer nearly 75,000 square feet of rentable space - of which 38,000 square feet is currently unoccupied.

RAC Design Build is designing the project, which is adding a landscaped courtyard at the center of the property.  Plans also call for parking for 172 vehicles.

Completion of the 2041-2115 Colorado development is expected later this year.

 

Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Rendering of 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via LoopNet.
Construction at 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image courtesy of Michael Hayes.
Construction atConstruction at 2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image courtesy of Michael Hayes.
2041-2115 Colorado Avenue. Image via Google Maps.

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