Wilshire Center Building

Welcome to the Wilshire Center Office Building information page. This page contains general information about the building services we provide, space availability and tenant improvement policies and procedures. For detailed information regarding tenant policies, we also provide a Tenant Information Handbook. For more building-related information & forms, click on the Related Information links to the right.

Wilshire Center Facts

I. Project Background

The University acquired the Wilshire Center building in March 1993, in order to achieve the following long-term objectives:

  1. Control off-campus space occupancy costs;
  2. Consolidate administrative areas and gain operating efficiencies;
  3. Vacate unacceptable leased facilities with code (seismic, fire safety, hazardous materials, ADA) and operational deficiencies; and
  4. Reduce future on-campus construction requirements for administrative space.

Building lease terms are favorable relative to the rental rates and terms currently offered by comparable office buildings. All major Campus administrative units have located to or have significant presence at the Wilshire Center building.

II. Physical Description

UCLA Wilshire Center Office Building

1. Building Area:

301,173 Rental Square Feet

Gross Square Feet

316,627 sq. ft.

Floors:

17

Typical Floor Area:

18.014 RSF

Elevators

6

2. Land Area:

1.21 acres (52,839 sq. ft.)

3. Parking Spaces:

558

Levels:

7 subterranean parking levels

4. Assessor ID Number:

4324-001-900

5. Year Built:

1981

6. Structure:

 

Foundation/Garage:

Reinforced Concrete

Superstructure:

Steel Frame

7. Seismic Rating (UC)

Fair - Good

 

 

III. Occupancy

100% as of December 31, 2012

Contact Information

Office of the Building

Phone: (310) 794-0671
Fax: (310) 794-2517
Email: AssetMgmt@re.ucla.edu

Address

UCLA Wilshire Center
Box 951356, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 815
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1356

Mail Code: 135648

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed