CLOCK TOWER DRAWS
SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- Santa Monica's famed Clock Tower, a commanding anchor at the south border of Third Street Promenade, has attracted two
prominent entertainment firms as new tenants, with the help of Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC, in transactions totaling $2.3 million.
RDF Media, USA, a syndicator and distributor of numerous television series, including Wife Swap and Super Nanny, to networks, cable, video-on-demand pay for view plus pay television, leased the entire 4,386-square-foot fifth floor.
WESTMAC'S Craig Newlands, CCIM, represented RDF in negotiating its seven-year
agreement for space at 225 Santa Monica Blvd. Clock Tower, LLC was represented by Jeff Pion and Michelle Esquivell of CB Richard Ellis
Debmar/Mercury, a worldwide production and distribution media company specializing in network, cable, syndication, VOD/Pay-Per-View and Pay TV was represented by WESTMAC's Patrick Sheekey in negotiating its five-year lease for the building's entire eighth floor.
Clock Tower, LLC was represented by Michael Preiss of the Klabin Company.
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