HOLLYWOOD — Post production sound company Todd-Soundelux (www.toddsoundelux.com) has extended lease terms by 10 years for two of the company’s locations: the Todd-AO facility in Hollywood and the Pacific Ocean Post (POP) facility in Santa Monica. The company will also be making a significant investment in physical and technical upgrades at both facilities.
“These locations are strategically important for both the Todd-Soundelux family, as well as for the creative communities we serve in the feature film, broadcast, commercial, online, and interactive markets,” notes David F. Alfonso, owner of Todd-Soundelux. “We remain fully committed to continuing to be a strong industry partner, providing best-in-class creative sound solutions for content creators working across all media platforms.”
The company’s lease negotiations were supported by Mark Robinson and Arlene Sommer of Cushman & Wakefield. The Hollywood location consists of five mixing stages, two ADR stages, transfer facilities, and a number of production offices and editorial rooms. Recent facility credits include Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Muppets Most Wanted, Carrie, The Fifth Estate, August: Osage County, Family Guy, and HBO’s Girls.
Pacific Ocean Post in Santa Monica consists of 11 mixing stages, seven voice over booths and an ADR/Foley stage. Recent facility credits include The Starving Games, Evidence, Breaking the Girls, Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, the social film The Power Inside by Intel & Toshiba, the Battlefield 4 game, and commercial spots for Northface, Jeep, Toyota and Carl’s Jr.