CLARE Foundation snags 9,178 sq ft at 2644 30th St in Santa Monica

2644 30th Exterior, former McDonnel Douglas ResearchFacility

PMI is excited to welcome the CLARE Foundation to 2644 30th Street for their corporate offices. The CLARE Foundation is an addiction and behavior health treatment nonprofit with over 50 years of experience! CLARE leased a 9,178 square foot creative office space for nine years. Clare is one of the key local providers of addiction recovery services and transitional housing for homeless and is playing an important role in solving the homeless crisis facing Los Angeles County.

Interior

The CLARE Foundation offers outpatient treatment programs for guests that seek to build a support system from the comfort of their own community. It also provides an on-site residential program that can range from a one to three month stay depending on the guest’s needs. CLARE boasts a qualified, multidisciplinary team of medical professionals that range from addictionologists to psychiatrists. These professionals provide the guest clinical support as needed. As part of its program, the CLARE Foundation offers an extensive alumni support group packed with extracurricular social activities to help create a healthy environment for sober, clean living.

2644 30th Street is a creative office building originally used by McDonnell Douglas to design air craft and also served as Google’s first Los Angeles office.  This “Think-Tank” type building is nestled in a residential setting, contiguous, to the north by a niche shopping center featuring a Il Fornaio restaurant, several fast food restaurants, and a boutique health food oriented market.

James and Dave Wilson at Lee & Associates represented the landlord and Stephanie Makabi at the Trimak Group represented the CLARE Foundation.

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