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Hugging the coast from Orange County to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the South Bay market consists of approximately 31 million square feet (msf) of office product in an area that includes the cities of El Segundo, Torrance and Long Beach. Anchored by a strong business sector, the South Bay remains an appealing location for office tenants looking to move to Los Angeles, with high-quality housing and schools that attract skilled professionals and their families. Several Fortune 500 companies have located in the area, strengthening the South Bay’s tenant base of technology, accounting, healthcare, financial services, and entertainment companies.

The South Bay is also the second largest industrial market in Los Angeles County, thanks partly to its close proximity to the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the busiest port complex in the country. The market is a sought-out location for trade and logistics operations, with a wide pool of specialized labor to draw from.

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