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CAA Moving to New Headquarters in 2026

CAA is moving, but the entertainment and sports talent firm’s clients needn’t worry about being able to find their agents: They will be just across the street.
The Century City-based organization announced January 19th that it has signed a long-term, anchor-tenant lease to relocate to Century City Center, the 37-story tower designed by Johnson Fain for Chicago-based JMB Financial Advisors. CAA will have its own entrance, lobby and parking area, all with easy access to the Century City/Constellation metro station currently slated to open in 2025.

 
“We’re designing a home for the future here in Los Angeles that captures the imagination, inspiration and creativity that’s fundamental to the work we do and that continues to drive our success for clients,” CAA co-chairman Richard Lovett said in a statement.”


The news complements CAA’s announcement in September 2021 that it will acquire fellow Century City-based talent agency ICM Partners. That deal was originally planned by the end of 2021 but was pushed in January to the second quarter of 2022 following scrutiny by the Justice Department over its impact on the entertainment industry. If the merger goes through, both agencies will operate out of the same building. 

Todd Gilchrist
Todd Gilchrist
Todd Gilchrist is a Los Angeles-based reporter and film critic with 20+ years of experience at dozens of print and online outlets, including Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly and Fangoria. An obsessive soundtrack collector, sneaker aficionado and member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Todd currently lives in Silverlake, California with his amazing wife Julie, two cats Beatrix and Biscuit, and several thousand books, vinyl records and Blu-rays.

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