At the southwest corner of Culver City, completion nears for the Entrada, a mixed-use office development from LPC West.

View from Centinela AvenueLPC West

LPC West, a subsidiary of Lincoln Property Company, built the project at 6163 Centinela Avenue as part of a joint venture with Broad Street Principal Investments. The 11-story edifice, which replaced a parking lot, features approximately 280,000 square feet of offices for rent on its upper floors, with a 1,000-car garage and ground-floor retail located in a podium below.

Designed by Gensler, the project takes the form of a glass box above the podium level, with its mass shifted to leave space for a tenant amenity deck.  Cascading terraces are also carved into the northern and southern sides of the building.

View of amenity deck at the EntradaHunter Kerhart Architectural Photography

The Entrada, located on border between Culver City and Playa Vista, is among the largest in a recent series of new office buildings developed in the surrounding neighborhood, including a recent expansion of the Water's Edge complex and a handful of new buildings from Tishman Speyer.

With technology and media firms quickly leasing office space on the Westside, LPC West has been a particularly active developer in the Culver City area market. Its other projects include a 128,000-square-foot building at the intersection of Washington and National Boulevards, which is slated to become the starting point of a new Apple office campus, as well as a 150,000-square-foot complex proposed on Watseka Avenue and a 329,000-square-foot development planned in nearby Baldwin Hills.

Terrace deckLPC West