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South Korean Gaming Giant Netmarble Relocating to DTLA

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South Korean gaming and entertainment company Netmarble Games Corp. is moving its U.S. offices to Onni Group‘s 600 Wilshire Boulevard in downtown Los Angeles. The U.S. based division is expanding into 14,000 square feet from its current 5,900-square-foot footprint at 6131 Orangethorpe Ave. in Buena Park.

The relocation into DTLA by mid-2018 brings the fast-growing mobile game company closer to clients such as The Walt Disney Co., Marvel Entertainment and Lucasfilm. Last year, Netmarble raised $2.3 billion in South Korea’s second largest stock offering.

Cresa Los Angeles’ Greg Lovett and Steve Seinfeld assisted the tenant with site selection, workplace strategy and lease negotiations. Cushman & Wakefield’s Andrew Tashjian represented the landlord.

Tashjian says, “We’re excited to welcome Netmarble to Downtown LA and specifically to the innovative environment we’ve fostered here at 600 Wilshire, which is a building replete with best-in-class amenities and a deep roster of likeminded creative companies.”

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