Aesop, Pirate Studios Lease Silver Lake Office Building

An unknown third tenant was planned, but they ended up backing out after COVID-19 became a reality in the U.S.

The Silver Lake development, known as the Jones Building, is a historic, 1928-built office building that has found new interest from two new tenants, Aesop and Pirate Studios.

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Aesop has a nearby retail location, at 3515 Sunset Boulevard, a little over half a mile away. Pirate Studios features club-standard DJ equipment and flexible production, recording studios, and 24/7 rehearsal studios with drums, amps, and mics. Pirate Studios also offers custom-designed dance studios and purpose-built podcast studios.

Carle Pierose, partner and lead at the downtown office of Industry Partners, the real estate firm leasing the property, told What Now Los Angeles that Aesop leased office space on the second floor of the three-floor building, while Pirate Studios leased the entire 10,372-square-foot lower level. A third, unknown tenant was previously planned on the upper level, but they backed out after the pandemic hit.

On what attracted the two tenants to lease in the building, Pierose said, “There’s not a ton of office space in Silver Lake even though it’s a really desirable place.”

He added, “Silver Lake, I think, has a great amenity base and a great culture … It has great demographics. There are high levels of education, and high income levels, and it’s got a nice density.”

There are three retail spaces still available on the middle level and one on the upper level. Located less than 10 minutes away from DTLA and several major freeways, the building has been updated and remodeled with newly built outdoor patios.

Michelle Goldchain

Michelle Goldchain is a D.C.-born content creator who previously worked as the Editor of Curbed DC at Vox Media for three and a half years. She has contributed to several local publications, including Vox, Education Week, Washington Business Journal, Eater DC, Washington City Paper, DCist, Washingtonian, and Greater Greater Washington. She also has a background in photography, social media management, and the visual arts. Her main side hustle is a surreal comedy show on YouTube, called Artsplained, that focuses on increasing interest and knowledge in the arts through quirky sketches and long-form essays.
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