Mole-Richardson announced that it is moving its operations from Hollywood to the Northern San Fernando Valley. The company is constructing a state-of-the-art production, distribution and administration facility at 12154 Montague in Pacoima, Calif., and plans to move into the newly renovated building in late August.
“As Mole-Richardson has continued to grow, we recognized a need to unite our team in a space that both celebrates our history and sets us up for the continued growth we are anticipating,” said CEO Michael Parker.
Mole’s new headquarters will feature a 10,000 square foot suite of corporate offices, conference rooms, casual workspaces, showrooms and a museum. The museum will showcase the company’s contribution to Hollywood and celebrate “Old Hollywood.”
Attached to the administration building will be Mole-Richardson’s manufacturing, wholesale and retail distribution business (Studio Depot), as well as equipment rental operations and the Larry Mole Parker Technical Institute. In total the new location will entail over 120,000 square feet.