Please reload

Downtown L.A.: Insurance broker leases 23k square feet


JLL represented Worldwide Facilities in a 23,389-square-foot lease renewal for its headquarters at Ernst & Young Plaza, a Class A, 41-story 915,316-square foot office building located at 725 S. Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles.  Worldwide Facilities will remodel and modernize the space to make it more efficient for its team.


JLL's Darren Eades, Tony Morales and Maureen Hawley represented Worldwide Facilities. The landlord, Brookfield Office Properties, was represented in-house by James Malone.


"After an extensive review of top properties in the downtown area with our real estate partner JLL, we decided to stay in our current location because of the economics, location and extraordinary service from Brookfield," said Davis Moore, CEO of Worldwide Facilities.  "We plan to modernize our space by updating its overall appearance, making it more efficient based on our needs today, and creating an even more enticing work environment for our employees and guests." 


"It is important for companies to evaluate their real estate on a regular basis because it plays a key role in efficiency, employee recruitment and retention, and overall economics of a business," said Eades.  "Worldwide Facilities was able to position their firm for current and future growth while managing costs.


Worldwide Facilities is a national wholesale insurance broker and managing general agent that has been in business since 1970. Its seasoned brokers and underwriters are industry leaders in providing expertise in a wide range of specialty lines, and offer extensive contacts with carriers domestically and overseas.

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Institutional investors slash CRE capital budget by 19%: Report

Ashford REIT invests in 'purification' tech to create allergy-free guestrooms

REIT to build $110M facility to house immigrants rounded up by Trump

Working in style: The corporate campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Hard Rock unveils plans to revamp Trump's failed Atlantic City casino

Food tenants increasingly crucial for shopping centers: Report

Retailer Finer Fields aims to merge bricks and clicks

The Gents Place 'lifestyle club' muscling into new markets

Please reload


  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon
More from Squarefootprint
Further reading



  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon