The 3641 Holdrege Avenue Building is an adaptive re-use of an existing industrial building to creative office use in the Culver City area. The building was originally constructed in 1956 and is characterized by a dramatic bow-truss wood roof structure that has been restored to its natural condition. The building was awarded LEED Gold for the core and shell and is host to Herman Miller's Los Angeles National Design Center. The building has been featured in Architectural Record and Green Building and Design publications.
highlights 3641 Holdrege Avenue for the filming of their latest commercial campaign. The building is a perfect fit for the Repower America campaign which supports the recycling of functionally obsolete buildings and turning them into energy efficient buildings.
Energy efficient buildings and job creation. 3641 Holdrege Avenue has received LEED Gold designation from the United States Green Building Council.
» WATCH REPOWER AMERICA COMMERCIAL