The Los Angeles Department of City Planning has published an environmental report detailing a proposedoffice complex in Del Rey.
The Alla Road Creative Campus, slated for a six-acre property near the terminus of the Marina Freeway, would feature a trio of two-story buildings containing 155,000 square feet of office space. Plans also call for a standalone four-story garage, as well as a surface lot, providing parking accommodations for a total of 600 vehicles and 47 bicycles.
As is common in many creative settings, the buildings would create a seamless indoor-outdoor transition, with large windows and roll-up doors leading to private patios and balconies. The project, designed by the global architecture firm Gensler, would also feature a central one-acre green space with outdoor seating, a grass lawn and space for bocce ball courts, table tennis and exercise equipment.
Continental Development Corporation and Mar Ventures, Inc. have teamed up to develop the low-rise campus, which is slated for a now vacant lot that once housed operations for Teledyne Technologies.
A timeline for the development is currently unclear.