Interactive Entertainment Company Scopely Signs a 10-Year Lease of AA-Designed Synapse

Interactive Entertainment Company Scopely Signs a 10-Year Lease of AA-Designed Synapse

Geared at attracting tech industry tenants, Synapse has done exactly that. Scopely, an interactive entertainment company, will relocate from their current location to 8888 Washington in 2020. The mobile games maker will more than double their currently footprint after they take residence in their new state-of-the-art headquarters.

The angular geometry of Synapse’s glossy white exterior membrane, made from custom molded glass fiber reinforced panels, gives the 92,000 sq ft creative office complex a sense of movement and purpose. Electricity and network bandwidth are sized to accommodate the high demand a user such as Scopely requires and are further supported by true fiber redundancy.

Synapse is the second phase of the AA-designed Platform mixed-use complex which transformed an abandoned used-car dealership and former railroad station into a lively hub of fashion, art, and culinary talent. Synapse continues where Platform left off by fulfilling the promise of a pedestrian friendly public realm connecting the busy Culver City Metro stop and the city’s rapidly growing Downtown.

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