ROW DTLA, located at the border of the Arts District and Industrial District in Downtown Los Angeles, has announced that creative advertising studio WC+A has signed a lease for 12,000 square feet of office space at the complex.

The firm, which was founded in 2015, is moving from its current 5,000-square-foot office just south of Downtown Los Angeles, and will move into its new space at the ROW in September.  It boasts clients including Netflix, NBC, and the Hallmark Channel.

“The decision to relocate WC+A to ROW DTLA was solidified with our understanding of the incredible creative community that has been curated here—we want to be a part of this community. With ROW DTLA’s development at the core of the evolution of L.A.’s Arts District, we look forward to how this change will foster our own growth," said Kevin Williams, WC+A's co-founder and CEO.

ROW DTLA, which is owned by Atlas Capital Group, is already home to offices for UBTECH, APL, Adidas, VF Corp, JBrand, Mitu, ARC, Good Films, Gimbal, Spaces, and MidFirst Bank.  It also hosts 40 shops and restaurants, and the weekly outdoor market Smorgasburg.

Create Advertising has signed a long-term lease with Jamison Services, Inc. to take move into 42,000 square feet of office space at the Harbor Building at 4201 Wilshire Boulevard. 

Create, which is set to relocate into local landmark at Wilshire and Crenshaw Boulevard in the first quarter of 2019, will take the entire sixth floor of the building.

Ben Silver of First Property Realty Corporation represented Jamison in the transaction with Jeffrey Resnick and Stefan Neumann, while Robert Hooks of Cushman & Wakefield represented Create Advertising.

The six-story Harbor Building was constructed in the 1950s as the home of J. Paul Getty's Tidewater Oil Company.  It contains nearly 260,000 square feet of rentable space.  Current tenants at the mid-century structure also include advertising agency Concept Arts and Entertainment One.