Western Justice Center in Pasadena Has Vacancies for Other Nonprofits

Published on May 17, 2021

The Western Justice Center in Pasadena announced Monday that it is offering office space for rent at it’s Old Pasadena facility to other nonprofit organizations.

The campus at 55 S. Grand Ave. boasts “lush grounds, beautiful gardens and stunning views,” the WJC said in a written statement.

“At this time, each building of the WJC Campus has a variety of office spaces available — from single room offices to multi-room suites to full floors,” according to the statement. Prices range from $500 to $3,000 per month. Each building on the campus includes a shared kitchen, a conference room and multiple restrooms.

The buildings and grounds have seen significant upgrades over the past year, thanks to a grant from the Ahmanson Foundation, according to the WJC.

“In addition to the updates made possible by The Ahmanson Foundation, WJC has also upgraded its fire alarm and security systems, added cleaning services to meet COVID-19 health protocols and provided PPE and hand sanitizer to each of its non-profit tenants,” the statement said.

WJC Executive Director Elissa Barrett said she was looking forward to new partnerships.

“We want to empower our local nonprofit community to pursue their mission driven work by fostering connection and community on our campus,”  she said.

It’s not often that this much occupancy is available at the historic campus, according to WJC Director of Operations Reid Lee.

“With limited space in our historic landmark buildings, we rarely have as much availability as we do now,” Lee said. “We hope that local nonprofits currently re-evaluating their space needs, growing their organizations or looking for a place to call home will reach out to us to see what we have available and if our campus community is the right place for them.”

Those interested were urged to schedule a visit by emailing Lee at ReidLee@westernjustice.org, or by calling (626) 584-7494, ext. 102.

More information about The Western Justice Center is available on the organization’s website at westernjustice.org.

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