L’Oréal USA has opened its second American headquarters at 888 North Douglas in El Segundo, in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California.

The new “creative campus” unites L’Oréal USA’s West Coast brands under a single roof. NYX Professional Makeup, Pulp Riot, Urban Decay and Youth to the People were previously based in different locations.

The new headquarters is also home to L’Oréal’s first-ever west coast-based Professional Products Academy.

Developed by Los Angeles landlord Hackman Capital Partners with architecture led by interior design studio Blitz, the headquarters features 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor workspaces designed to the highest sustainability standards on a 25-acre park-like campus transformed from an aerospace manufacturing site.

The new L’Oréal USA’s El Segundo headquarters include: flexible, bookable, indoor and outdoor personal workspaces and indoor and outdoor networking and collaboration spaces. The site also offers on-site health and wellness spaces, a dog-friendly office environment and a L’Oréal company store that features products across its portfolio of brands.

The 100,000 square-foot campus in El Segundo, CA, brings together L’Oréal USA’s West Coast brands, plus the first-ever West Coast L’Oréal Professional Products Academy.

The entirety of L’Oréal’s El Segundo campus has been designed to foster the future of the workplace and support employee health and wellness. Since 2020, L’Oréal has adhered to a permanent hybrid work model that seeks to balance the best of working at home and in the office, allowing eligible employees to work 40% of their time (2 days per week) remotely each week. Central to this hybrid structure is the understanding that the office must provide benefits, tools, opportunities and amenities that cannot be replicated at home,” commented L’Oréal USA in a statement.

L’Oréal USA’s second headquarters complements the company’s main headquarters, located on the west side of Manhattan in the newly developed Hudson Yards neighborhood, which opened in June 2016.