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Trusaic Relocates to 12.5k sf in Downtown L.A.


Trusaic, a regulatory compliance software company, has inked a lease for 12.5k sf of office space at Biltmore Court in Downtown Los Angeles. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Located at 520 South Grand Ave in Los Angeles, Biltmore Court is a 12-story, 220.5k sf office building featuring modern technology and classic 1920s style with views overlooking the Los Angeles skyline and the landscaped open-air interior courtyard. The property is adjacent to the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, providing tenants with access to hotel amenities including restaurants, bars, meeting and conference rooms, a health club and concierge services.

Biltmore Court is situated on the southeast corner of 5th St and Grand Ave in the center
of the Downtown Financial District. Tenants enjoy easy access to the Harbor, Hollywood and
Santa Monica Freeways as well as a short two-block walk to the recently constructed Metrolink
and Metro Rail system.

Greg Frankovich and AJ Dorn with Newmark represented the tenant in the transaction. According to Dorn, the tenant had been located in Koreatown for over 20 years before this move to downtown.

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