Made to Inspire

Habitat anchors a wave of content and tech creative offices joined by a burgeoning independent restaurant scene, thriving industry social scene, and Culver City’s art studio and gallery cluster—all linked together with a walkable street grid, off-street paths, and LA’s light rail.

At the Region’s Geographic Center

Easily reached by car, bike, foot, or train, Habitat provides the most coveted of urban amenities: ultimate accessibility.

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From Habitat, walk around Culver City's retail offerings of shopping, dining, and greenspace

A Friendly, Walkable Neighborhood

Habitat’s walkability extends to surrounding Culver City, offering quick jaunts for provisions from Whole Foods, lunch at one of Cumulus’s new cafes, and drinks and shopping after work at the Arts District. 

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Linked by Light Rail

Adjacent to the Expo light rail line’s La Cienega/Jefferson station, Habitat’s workforce has access to convenient car-free transit from Culver City to Downtown LA, Santa Monica, and soon, to LAX.

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A Naturally Bikeable Landscape

With the Expo Line Bikeway running along the campus, a large network of off-street paths connects Ballona Creek to Baldwin Hills and ends at the Pacific Ocean.

A Neighborhood Full of Destinations
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