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Worthe Real Estate Group and Stockbridge Real Estate Fund completed an 800,000-square-foot office development in Burbank, CA for Warner Brothers

Worthe, Stockbridge Complete 800K-SF Burbank Offices for Warner Bros.

Worthe Real Estate Group, in collaboration with Stockbridge Real Estate Fund, completed Second Century, an 800,000-square-foot project leased to Warner Bros. in the Burbank Media District. Named in anticipation of Warner Bros.’ upcoming 100th anniversary, the project will house approximately 4,500 employees. 

The project consists of two LEED certified office buildings on the southernmost portion of The Burbank Studios Lot, adjacent to the Warner Bros. main lot. Frank Gehry and his team at Gehry Partners designed the buildings, which stand seven and nine stories in height, and were developed by Worthe and built by its construction company, Krismar Construction. 

“We are thrilled to have completed the Warner Bros. Second Century expansion, a project that will have significant presence in the Burbank Media District and the surrounding community,” said Jeff Worthe, president of Worthe Real Estate Group.  

Construction of Second Century created jobs totaling more than two million hours worked. 


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