5 LA tech offices that will inspire

by John Siegel
January 25, 2018

There are a lot of things that rapidly growing tech companies can spend their money on, but getting a place where employees can feel at-home and where they can enjoy themselves is a perk in and of itself. LA tech is full of awesome offices, but these five local startups have upped the bar.

 

Nativo's large office space

Nativo's quiet workspaces

Nativo's standing desk space
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Adtech company Nativo has a platform that allows advertisers a way to distribute and optimize and measure their native advertising more efficiently. The company only recently moved into a palatial new office in December.

Location: El Segundo

Move in date: December 2017

Square footage: 25,000 square feet

Awesome amenities on-site: Panoramic views of Los Angeles, onsite gym, food trucks onsite monthly, coffee bar, height-adjustable workstations, variety of communal areas, mothers room, a fully-stocked kitchen, coffee bar, games and more.

 

Golden Hippo's offices with collaborative spaces

Golden Hippo's dog-friendly office

Golden Hippo's stocked kitchen
IMAGES PROVIDED BY GOLDEN HIPPO

Founded by three SoCal native brothers, Golden Hippo is an e-commerce brand that focuses on health, wellness and beauty products. Headquartered on the border between Woodland Hills and Calabasas, the company’s office sits on a small creek, which employees can enjoy during their time off.

Location: Woodland Hills

Move in date: April 2016

Square Footage: 46,667 square feet

Awesome amenities on-site: Full CrossFit gym (with showers and lockers), a fully stocked kitchen, a company pet lizard (Randy), an open office floor plan, yoga and meditation classes three times a week, dog-friendly, a backyard with a little creek and grassy sitting areas and an employee game room.

 

Taboola office graffiti

Taboola Connect Four game corner

Taboola conference room graffiti
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Taboola is a rapidly-growing tech company serving up a new way for people to engage with new content. With a reach of over one billion people, the company leverages personalization technology to serve up content and video, with 350 billion monthly recommendations on media outlets such as MSN, USA Today, NBC, The Weather Channel and more. 

Location: DTLA 

Team moved in: 2016

Square Footage: 6,500 square feet

Amenities: Fully-stocked kitchen, unlimited snacks, espresso, cold brew on draft, yoga on-site, game room with ping-pong and video game consoles. Their building is mere steps away from the Broad Museum, Pershing Square, Grand Central Market, and many restaurants as well as nightlife. 

 

pocket.watch office space

pocket.watch office staircase and office space

pocket.watch office space with stuffed animals
IMAGES PROVIDED BY POCKET.WATCH

With the ever-shifting media landscape, pocket.watch is developing a new kind of entertainment for kids by leveraging new media tech and enduring classic storytelling. The startup is focusing on introducing entertainment in the form of video content meant for small-screen viewing, as well as big-screen blockbusters, as well as introducing games and other forms of entertainment. In March of 2017, pocket.watch announced a $6 million Series A round led by Third Wave Digital.

Location: Culver City

Square footage: 8,000 square feet

Move in date: February 2017

Awesome amenities on-site: With unlimited candy, office pizza parties and VR gaming sessions, pocket.watch is the kind of office that encourages staying in touch with your inner child. The office is equipped with a fully-furnished studio, animated dragon, and wide open spaces that promote collaboration amongst employees.

 

RYOT office Martin Luther King, Jr. mural

RYOT open office layout

RYOT wall murals
IMAGES PROVIDED BY RYOT

Media startup RYOT offers millennials a source that develops content specifically for them.

Location: Playa Vista

Move in date: June 2017

Square footage: 3,000+ square feet

Awesome amenities on-site: Art from renowned artist Bisco Smith, RYOT Global Creative Director Smiley Stevens, Allison Kunath and Sarah Jones; plants throughout, nooks, free snacks, a restaurant-quality cafeteria on the larger Oath campus and friendly faces.

 

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