Büro's newest space is located in the heart of the emerging arts district in historic downtown Hollywood. The three-story, 15,000 square foot building boasts double height ceilings on the ground level with mezzanine space and classic art-deco features. Private offices for teams of all sizes are available, along with dedicated desks and open seating for individuals.
Hollywood's pedestrian-friendly downtown area features dozens of charming restaurants, cafes, bars and boutiques. The recent revitalization of Harrison Street as an arts and culture hub will ensure that entrepreneurs and creative professionals will feel right at home in Büro's hip and vibrant Hollywood outpost.
Let's Get To Work.
Upgrade from your home office or coffee shop without breaking the bank. Just grab a spot at our communal worktables and get down to business.
Get your own dedicated desk with storage in an open-plan environment. Side-by-side and face-to-face station setups available for teams of 2.
Plug & Play Convenience
- Modern, upscale furnishings
- High-speed wired & WiFi connections (fiber)
- Conference rooms
- Kitchen & lounge spaces
- Staffed reception
- Color printers & copiers
- VOIP phones
- Dedicated mailboxes
- Lockable storage
- Artisanal coffee & tea selections
- Monthly workshops & networking events
- Access to other Büro locations
- Access to spaces in other cities
- Neighborhood discounts
- Convenient parking options
Favorite thing about working at Büro?
“It’s great having the opportunity to come to your office and meet different people from different companies. And we love the overall vibe of the place."
Mitchell Nover, Dialogue Public Relations
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“There’s a true entrepreneurial spirit at Büro and an amazing diversity of people.”
Matt Bradbard, RCM Asset Management
“It's totally turnkey. I don't have to worry about anything - which is perfect for a small business.”
Peter Wijk, Kanon Vodka
"I’ve made a number of valuable business connections at Büro. And a lot of good ideas are generated by just talking to different people in the social areas."
Jonathan Strauss, Skateboard Supercross