Ivy Station in Culver City won the gold medal in the LA Business Journal 2022 Commercial Real Estate Awards this month.  Terra-Petra worked on this project a couple years ago when it was in development performing all of the below grade environmental inspections.  It’s wonderful to see a project like this come to fruition and watch it win this award a few years later.

From The LA Business Journal March 7, 2022:

Located adjacent to the Culver City Metro E Line station, the 500,000 square foot, mixed-use Ivy Station provides a welcoming and active gateway to Culver City for residents, metro riders and visitors to the burgeoning area. Ivy Station links two rapidly evolving, but previously distinct and separate areas of Culver City – the lively historic downtown with its studios, restaurants and nightlife, and the Culver City Arts District with its growing roster of creative and media companies like WarnerMedia (based at Ivy Station), Apple, Sony and Amazon. Ivy Station’s large landscaped outdoor area is programmed with a host of activities such as games, fitness, movie nights, art shows, gift fairs and concerts to appeal to Ivy Station residents and businesses, commuters, and neighbors. With porous multiple points of access, the property encourages the community, Metro riders, Ivy Station residents and employees to walk or bike through this bustling area of Culver City. The prominent 5.2-acre Ivy Station site is located predominantly in Culver City with a portion, along Venice Blvd, located in the City of Los Angeles. The trapezoidal shape of the parcel created a complex geometry, which generated unique forms that provide the campus’ dramatic architecture.