BLT Enterprises Buys 200,000 SF Television Center Office Campus in Hollywood
LOS ANGELES — Santa Monica, Calif.-based BLT Enterprises has acquired Television Center, a creative office and production campus located on 6.4 acres in the Hollywood submarket of Los Angeles. Terms of the transaction, including seller and acquisition price, were not released.
The 200,000-square-foot property was the original headquarters of Technicolor and the studio lot for Metro Pictures, a silent filmmaker and forerunner of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The previous owner updated the property from its original uses and tailored the asset to the needs of traditional media, streaming media companies, television, film and digital production tenants, as well as innovative technology and design professionals.
Brad McCoy, Dave Wilson and Aaron Wilder of Lee & Associates West LA represented BLT in the transaction. Bryan Kenny and Will James of Sunrise Mortgage arranged acquisition financing, while Mike Slinger, Patricia Shlageck and their teams at Chicago Title handled title and escrow.
With the acquisition, BLT now owns more than 250,000 square feet of office, production and studio space in Hollywood. Last year, BLT purchased a four-stage studio lot adjacent to Television Center and established BLT Studios, serving production clients throughout the area. Earlier this year, the company also acquired two additional creative office projects within a half-mile of Television Center.