Independent creative agency Mother has signed a long-term lease at 4202-4216 West Jefferson Boulevard, Fundrise announced this week.

Mother, which has offices in London, New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai, will occupy 27,000 square feet in West Adams, expanding from its existing facilities at 5290 Washington Boulevard to three contiguous buildings.

“Fundrise is thrilled to welcome Mother to West Jefferson,” said Fundrise co-founder and chief executive officer Ben Miller. “Mother is well regarded as one of the top creative agencies in the world so we’re excited for them to pick one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Los Angeles for their west coast headquarters."

The Jefferson Boulevard properties, completed in 1951, are currently in the midst of a renovation which is set for completion in 2022.

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Where the Suburbs End "When the workers head to their next job this month, they will leave what amounts to a triplex rental complex on the type of lot that in the seven decades since Ms. Coats’s family moved in had been reserved for single-family houses. It’s part of a push across California and the nation to encourage density in suburban neighborhoods by allowing people to subdivide single-family houses and build new units in their backyards." (New York Times)

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CA Has Rent Relief To Give, But It’s Bypassing Some Immigrant Tenants "California has a $5.2 billion rent relief program for tenants facing eviction during the pandemic. But that help is evidently not making it to some of the non-English speaking immigrants in need." (LAist)

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