ARUP Engineering Moves to Downtown Los Angeles in $57M Lease Transaction


ARUP Engineering will occupy 66,000 square feet of space at the 73-story Wilshire Grand Building in Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES — ARUP Engineering has inked a deal to occupy 66,000 square feet of space at Wilshire Grand Building, a newly constructed office building in downtown Los Angeles. The value of the transaction is $57 million with an initial lease term of 15 years. The company plans to relocate from to the new location from Playa Vista, Calif., at year’s end.

ARUP will occupy three floors of the 73-story building, which also include a five-star hotel, conference facilitates, a full gymnasium and a variety of restaurants.

Nathan Pellow and Terence Kirk of Colliers represented the Los Angeles office of the London-based engineering firm in the lease negotiations, while Steve Marcussen and John Cushman III of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord, Hanjin/Korean Air.

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