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LOS ANGELES COUNTY NEWS
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One Santa Fe in L.A.’s Arts District Signs Four Commercial Tenants

1/03/22

Four new tenants inked deals in 2021 for retail space at One Santa Fe, Berkshire Residential Investments’ Downtown Los Angeles mixed-use destination with 438 apartments and 81k sf of ground floor commercial space. Men’s grooming brand Smartbeard opened in early 2021, while Japanese restaurant Kombu Sushi, marketing agency Milly Rock and fitness brand LAgree213 are joining the collection of retail tenants by the end of December 2021.

SmartBeard, a growing online brand specializing in beard grooming products, opened its first brick-and-mortar location at One Santa Fe earlier this year. This will be the second location for Kombu Sushi, a popular Japanese restaurant in Silver Lake, and global marketing and social media company Milly Rock will expand its Los Angeles presence in a 3k sf office space. Additionally, One Santa Fe is the second downtown location for Los Angeles-based Lagree Fitness.

Kennedy Wilson Brokerage’s Justin Weiss and Lee Shapiro represented Berkshire in the long-term lease transactions, which total approximately 8k sf. Built in 2015 as one of the first ground-up mixed-use developments in Los Angeles’ Arts District, One Santa Fe is located at 300 South Santa Fe Ave in downtown.

“One Santa Fe kicked off the Arts District boom,” said Justin Weiss, Senior Vice President at Kennedy Wilson Brokerage. “It was the proof of concept that showed investors, developers and tenants that people wanted to live, work and play in this part of DTLA. These four new tenants are evidence that One Santa Fe’s appeal is still strong.”

The widely recognized project, designed by Michael Maltzan, reflects L.A.’s love for art and creation, drawing inspiration from the surrounding Arts District in its open spaces, commercial tenancy and on-site murals which include pieces by Sei Shimura (aka SEY x YES), WRDSMITH, Peter Greco, Alivacious and James Goldcrown. Berkshire’s 2022 property revitalization plans include paseo improvement and additional seating, Wi-Fi throughout the property including outdoor spaces, updated signage and a wayfinding, power/USB connections, improved lighting and more.


To learn more about One Santa Fe, click HERE to watch RENTV’s entertaining video documentary from 2015 about the Arts District and One Santa Fe’s development on The REview, the free new platform for finding, watching and adding commercial real estate videos.







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