DIGILAND offers shared workspaces, serviced offices, and event spaces for every occasion, designed to enhance creation, ideation, business and social activities.
DIGILAND sits at the intersection of entertainment, technology and culture. Our beautifully designed cutting edge facility includes work spaces, pilot offices, conference rooms, creative suites, sound stages, special event spaces, and post-production rooms, to equip entrepreneurs and event planners at all levels.
Your Space, Your Way
DIGILAND OFFICES & SUITES
We boast beautiful Offices and Suites to call your company home.
Your business gets dedicated space for desks, collaboration and creativity with all the benefits of Digiland's shared facilities and vibrant community.
Start with an office that fits 1 to 3 people, or for companies with larger staffs wanting their own space, a two-story Digiland Suite is the ultimate in flexibility and privacy. Each Suite is two stories and can be adapted to the needs of your business.
Go even bigger, and rent out The Venue, all 3,500 square feet, equipped with production offices, sound stage, and ample space for staging productions indoors and outdoors.
Rent The Garage for your next event...
Size: 5,700 square feet—Space can hold up to 225 people seated for events — 350 standing room only.
Sound stage type of venue for filming, entertainment events, corporate events.
In addition to inside productions and events, we have an adjacent area to the building that can be used for staging your productions and or continued outdoor event space.
Rent The Garage as your full-time production space...
Your Place To Meet
Conference rooms & Casual seating
DIGILAND offers an array of conference rooms for formal meetings or for that spontaneous rendezvous.
The DIGILAND Conference Rooms are equipped with blazing fast high speed internet, flat screen TV’s and can comfortably seat up to 10 colleagues. As a tenant and based on availability you may use the conference rooms free of charge.
But not every meeting belongs in the formal setting of a conference room. DIGILAND offers ample casual seating all over campus, both in and outside.
Your Place To Eat
DIGILAND has a fantastic communal kitchen for all tenants to use and we host weekly on Mondays our Bagel Breakfast. We also host other wonderful events in the DigiCafe. Not only is it great for collaborating with other tenants, but our fully equipped DigiCafe (kitchen) has been featured on many cooking shows and is perfect for meetings, meals, and even gourmet cooking. Commercial kitchen equipped with commercial stove, ovens, and refrigeration, seating for 40 guests, fully equipped kitchen. Size: 1,000 square feet.
The DigiCafe can be rented to host events for your company parties, business lunches, dinners, mixers and more. It’s also suitable for filming, Entertainment Events, Corporate Events, Weddings, Art Shows, Special Events and of course, cooking!
The relevance of Burbank
Thousands of ambitious people move to Southern California every year to create a name for themselves in the media, entertainment and tech industries. Southern California is rapidly becoming the hub to some of the most elite and influential tech companies in the United States. In fact, the number of tech companies in the U.S. has surpassed those of Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach, turning Southern California into the next hot spot for the explosive tech industry.
Burbank, California, the nucleus for the entertainment industry, is evolving into the next trendy location for the dynamic tech industry. In addition to Burbank’s highly acclaimed Bob Hope Airport, it is also known for its safe neighborhoods, friendly businesses, and popular restaurants. Burbank is a platform for growth and resource, as it shares a border with the Hollywood Hills, and is accessible to all the major freeways and thoroughfares.
Burbank is the place to be for the tech industry, and is on a trajectory to becoming the only place to be for media, entertainment, and tech companies.
The beloved graffiti wall is a favorite of DIGILAND guests to take photos in front of. This wall was created by Max Beers, Thom Beers' son, who started it at the age of 10, and is now in his early twenties.