Joining the U-Bora Tower in topping out this week is the Red Building in Los Angeles. Developed by Charles S. Cohen and designed by Cesar Pelli of Pelli Clarke Pelli, the 400,000 square foot Red Building is the latest addition to the Pacific Design Center complex in West Hollywood, joining the Blue Whale building and the Green Building.
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The Red Building consists of two towers above seven levels of parking. The seven level car park has over 1,500 spaces. The West Tower features over 185,000 square feet of office space over six levels. The East Tower is slightly bigger, offering 215,000 square feet of office space over eight levels.
The building utilizes a state-of-the-art variable air volume (VAV) HVAC system with digitally controlled temperature zones. Additionally, the building has high-efficiency double glazed windows.
The four-side silicone glazing system and red glass panels, give the Red Building its distinctive appearance.
Additionally, tenants of the Red Building have access to two world class restaurants operated by Wolfgang Puck, the Silverscreen Theater, a 380-seat luxury film venue, the Blue Conference Center, a 200-seat conference facility and an on-site fitness center.
Tenants will be able to move into the Red Building by September 2011.