Almost four years of design and construction will come to a close when the Ivy Station opens next to the Culver City Expo Line at Washington and National. After breaking ground in September of 2017, the new tenants will be moving in ‘late summer of 2021,’ according to sources at Lowe.
Retail tenants that are already confirmed include Equator Coffees, Healthy Spot, LA Ale Works, Mamoun’s Falafel, StretchLab, and YogaSix. The 240,000 square feet of offices are leased to WarnerMedia and will also be the West Coast headquarters for HBO, Cinemax, TNT, tbs and truTV.
No other part of Culver City – possibly no other part of the state – has seen such intense development. What was once a parking lot and a specialty food store has become a center of high rise offices and retail outlets concentrating some of the largest media companies in the world. With the Apple offices located directly across the street, and the Platform just a short stroll away, the Expo Line to Culver City may become the most popular train in Los Angeles County.
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