Fashion Brand REVOLVE Moves Offices in Downtown Los Angeles
The e-commerce apparel company expands to 48,000 square feet at ROW DTLA
The fashion brand REVOLVE has signed a lease to relocate and expand its footprint at Atlas Capital’s development, ROW DTLA, in a move that involves a lot of capital letters.
The e-commerce apparel company’s new office includes 42,000 square feet on the second floor at 1318 Seventh Street, as well 6,000 square feet in an adjacent building for a photo studio, in Downtown Los Angeles. REVOLVE’s previous office was about one mile west in 40,000 square feet across four floors in the Gerry Building at 910 South Los Angeles Street.
REVOLVE, which targets Millennial and Generation Z shoppers, joins other fashion-focused companies Adidas, APL and Shein at ROW DTLA. The 32-acre district includes cafes, retail, restaurants, gyms and the second-largest parking garage in Southern California.
Savills announced the deal and represented REVOLVE.
“For REVOLVE, it was essential that they would be able to create a new, upgraded work environment that would excite employees coming back to the office,” said Savills’ Chris O’Connor.
Apparel companies have been among the most active office and retail tenants in L.A. the past year. Clothing and accessory retailer Johnny Was signed a 31,153-square-foot lease for its new headquarters at an office owned by Atlas Capital in downtown at the corner of Seventh and Olive streets. Savills also assisted REVOLVE in securing its 10,000-square-foot pop-up space on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood.
Josh Wrobel, Jaclyn Ward and Cassie Trosclair of JLL represented Atlas Capital on the REVOLVE lease. Atlas was not immediately available for comment.
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