CommonGrounds Opening Financial District Co-Working Facility Oct. 1

Situated in the 915 Wilshire Building, CommonGrounds' lease includes the entire seventh floor (direct access to the outdoor deck) and a portion of the eighth floor.
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CommonGrounds Workplace has expanded its Los Angeles-area footprint with the addition of a 45,978 square-foot co-working facility in DTLA’s financial district, at 915 Wilshire Boulevard. The new CommonGrounds joins existing outposts in Long Beach, Burbank, and West Hollywood.

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“Our downtown workplace will be able to fulfill an underserved and growing enterprise flexible office market, supporting the next generation of workers and companies including those within the Greater LA area,” Jacob Bates, Chief Executive Officer for CommonGrounds Workplace, said in a press release last week.

CommonGrounds’ DTLA home, the 22-story 915 Wilshire building, offers a tenant lounge, outdoor deck, on-site restaurant, and parking. The co-working company’s lease includes the entire seventh floor (direct access to the outdoor deck) and a portion of the eighth floor. The office renovation, overseen by its in-house design division, is nearing completion and it is ready for member occupancy on October 1, 2020, a spokesperson told What Now Los Angeles Tuesday in a telephone interview.

“Offering well over 100 square feet per person with everyday amenities, [CommonGrounds] has taken extreme safety measures and precautions, including additional cleaning services, to ensure they provide the safest environment for their members,” according to the release.

Founded in 2015, CommonGrounds Workplace has spaces nationwide and is headquartered in San Diego.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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