The SIM Group has begun the process of moving into their new home, a 65,000 square foot space at the historic Eastman Kodak building off Las Palmas in Hollywood. After a multi-million dollar build-out the new facility will house the Los Angeles operations of its companies Chainsaw, SIM Digital and Bling Digital. The three SIM Group companies will share a self-standing, three-story building at the former Kodak campus. SIM Digital, which rents cameras and other production gear, will occupy the first floor. Chainsaw, a post production facility offering offline editorial, editorial finishing and color grading services, and Bling Digital, which provides dailies processing and workflow services, will share the second and third floors.
The expansion and the move are part of SIM Group’s strategy to provide complete and fully integrated services for feature and television production and post-production. In uniting Chainsaw and Bling Digital, the new facility will become one of the largest independent post production facilities in Southern California.