In early 2020, Brookfield Properties is scheduled to complete its $60-million renovation of the former Wells Fargo Center Atrium, which will reopen as a food hall known as Halo. With an opening date now just months away, we are finally getting an idea of who will occupy the restored space.
In a noticed distributed earlier this week, Brookfield announced five new tenants at Halo, which occupies a mid-block site along Grand Avenue to the north of 4th Street. They include:
- Danny Boy's Famous Original Pizzeria - founded by chef Daniel Holzman;
- Green Thing - an Asian restauranted started by Chef Darren Sayphraraj;
- Trejo's Tacos and Trejo's Coffee & DOnuts - the latest location of the chains founded by actor Danny Trejo; and
- Shake Shack - the second Downtown outpost for the New York chain.
Additionally, the existing Nick + Stef's Steakhouse will remain as part of Halo upon completion.
In Playa Vista, Nike has leased the top two floors of the 160,000-square-foot WE3 development - now under construction near the intersection of Lincoln and Jefferson Boulevards.
Nike had previously been in talks to occupy a new office complex in the Hayden Tract before signing a lease with WE3 developer Rockwood Capital.
Rising Realty Partners has signed river cruise line AmaWaterways to a 50,000-square-foot lease at The Park Calabasas. The new office will serve as the company's heaquarters.
The Park Calabasas, featuring 225,000 square feet of offices on a 20-acre campus, was acquired by Rising in 2013.
In Jefferson Park, Red Bay Coffee Roasters has announced plans to open its first Los Angeles-area location in Spring 2020. Plans call for an 11,000-square-foot cafe and roastery at 3001 W. Jefferson Boulevard - an Art Deco structure dating to the 1930s.
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