As Culver City continues to grow with new construction and development, key industry leaders gathered earlier this week to talk about how significant market changes are impacting this booming corner of the Westside.
Panelists from major real estate developers, architects, Culver City’s Mayor, and other important stakeholders assembled to discuss the topics of navigating Culver’s growth and maintaining the area’s historical charm.
KPRS President Joel Stensby participated in the panel conversation on Game Changing Downtown Developments with representatives from Hackman Capital Partners, Abramson Architects, Cambridge Pacific Ventures, and Newmark Knight Frank.
KPRS has joined in this game-changing progress with projects like the Culver Steps, Amazon’s expansion, and work at the Culver Studios. KPRS is also constructing the Runyon office at 8888 Washington Blvd, the Entrada Creative Office, and recently completed the C3 Creative Complex adjacent to Culver Pointe.
As major tech and media giants pursue space in Culver City, developers and the AEC industry continue to pivot in order to meet the rapidly changing needs of these tenants.
“We’re proud of the work we’re contributing to this dynamic city and we’re excited for what the future holds. KPRS is invested in Culver City,” Joel commented during the panel.
While the market for corporate, large-scale content providers continues to expand, panelists described the resurgence of growth as the area at a crossroads, being rediscovered, and ultimately found for the value it holds.