Jade Enterprises has signed three tenants at the Harris Building - a historic manufacturing center in Downtown's Fashion District which was recently converted to office space.
Industry Partners brokered the deals, which comprise nearly 19,500 square feet. The new tenants include vacation rental provider AirPads, interior design firm Level 3, and hospitality consulting company Steelite International.
Built in 1923 for the Union Manufacturing Company at 11th and Main Streets, the Harris Building was converted into offices in 2016. Total leasable space on its upper floors totals 52,000 square feet, with 6,500 square feet of retail space at the ground level.
Elsewhere in Downtown, the L.A. Business Journal reports that CBRE Global Investors has announced plans to relocate its headquarters to a 32,000-square-foot space at the Figueroa at Wilshire building in the Financial District. The independent affiliate of CBRE is currently based out of City National Plaza, one block north at 6th and Flower Streets.
In Santa Monica, The Real Deal reports that scooter startup Bird has just leased 58,000 square feet at the Colorado Center. The controversial startup, based out of Santa Monica, has seen a meteoric rise as its scooters have proliferated throughout some of the country's largest cities. It is reportedly valued at approximately $2 billion.
- This Week in Leases Archive (Urbanize LA)