The campus, situated on 2.97 acres, comprises a three-storyoffice and production facility of approximately 83,950 square feetat 1017 N. Las Palmas Ave. and a two-story office building ofapproximately 18,850 square feet at 6700 Santa Monica Blvd. The1017 N. Las Palmas building, which was built in 1994, includesscreening rooms, editing bays, recording facilities, cabling andinfrastructure. The 6700 Santa Monica building was constructed in1928, renovated in 1985 and expanded in 1987.

Tony Thompson, chairman and CEO of Thompson National Properties,describes the Kodak Campus as a "mission critical facility" for theHollywood movie studio community. Price and other details of thetransaction were undisclosed.

The Kodak Campus is home to the Los Angeles is headquarters fortheEntertainment Imaging division of Eastman Kodak, which followedpioneering filmmakers to Los Angeles in the early 1900s, andestablished a permanent facility at its current Hollywood locationin 1927, according to information from the Hollywood Chamber ofCommerce.

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