Meal replacement company Soylent will relocate to ROW DTLA, announced landlord Atlas Capital Group earlier this week. 

The Los Angeles-based company, which makes drinks and snack bars, will occupy 14,000 square feet of space at ROW DTLA, moving from a 29,000-square-foot office at the Arts District's At Mateo complex.

Soylent joins a roster of tenants at ROW DTLA that includes Weedmaps parent Ghost Management Group and Zappos.

“We have an outstanding, innovative team focused on growing our Soylent community and ROW DTLA is more than just an office, it’s a community as well. The service and support of the team at ROW DTLA is best in class and we look forward to being a part of the community they have worked so hard to build,” says Soylent CEO Bryan Crowley in a news release.

Soylent's former space at At Mateo will not sit fallow - Spotify has absorbed it as part of a 45,000-square-foot expansion announced last month.

Entertainment giant Netflix continues to binge on Southern California office space. 

The L.A. Business Journal reports that the Los Gatos-based company has leased approximately 60,000 square feet of space at the Burbank Studios.

Netflix has recently made headlines for a slew of large leases in Hollywood, where the streaming company is on pace to occupy more than 1.6 million square feet of office space.

The Burbank Studios Another entertainment icon - Warner Bros. - announced its plans earlier this year to purchase the Burbank Studios campus, which is now adding a pair of Frank Gehry-designed office buildings as part of a $1-billion expansion.

The Business Journal reports that Netflix is exploring an additional 130,000-square-foot lease at the Burbank Empire Center.