FAQs

Below you will find frequently asked questions concerning industrial and office properties, as well as the Web site itself.

  • What is Low Rise?

    A building with two to four floors is considered a Low Rise building.

  • What is High Rise?

    A building with five or more floors is considered a High Rise building.

  • What is Campus Office?

    A building with one to two floors is considered Campus Office. Campus Office usually denotes multiple buildings in a “campus” setting.

  • What does Triple Net (NNN) mean?

    A type of lease that estimates operating expenses to be paid by the customer in addition to base rent (insurance, taxes, exterior maintenance, etc.).

  • What does Gross (GRS) mean?

    Gross means the estimated operating expenses are included. Janitorial and utilities are additional.

  • What is DL?

    DL stands for Doc-Level loading and refers to delivery doors that are high-enough to be accessible directly by delivery trucks. Also referred to as Doc-High doors.

  • What is GL?

    GL stands for Ground Level loading and refers to delivery doors that are positioned at ground level.

  • What does Full Service Gross (FSG) mean?

    Full Service Gross means the base rent, janitorial, air conditioning and utilities are all included.

  • What is Clear Heights?

    Clear Height is the minimum ceiling clearance in a warehouse.

  • What is Parking Ratio?

    Number of parking stalls for every 1,000 SF of space. Often written as 4 per 1,000 or 4/1,000.

  • What does Modified Triple Net (MNNN) mean?

    A type of lease where Landlord manages certain expenses (insurance, taxes, exterior maintenance, HVAC, plumbing and electrical repairs, etc.) and charges Tenant for the cost.

  • How do I use the Search textbox in the upper, right hand corner?

    Enter a name or portion of a name of a Building, Property or Area. If the text matches only one property, you will jump directly to the property page. All other instances will load a page either linking all possible matches at the Building, Property and Area levels.

  • What are the requirements for using this Web site?

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  • What is Irvine Company's attitude toward design?

    Design is a critical part of creating great workplaces. Ideas need to be thoughtfully presented on paper before construction begins.

  • What are Irvine Company's design standards?

    For office properties owned by Irvine Company, please use the Standard Operating Procedures for Modifications to Irvine Company Office Properties, dated 5/13/11.

    For exterior signs at properties not owned by Irvine Company, but subject to our deed restrictions (“CC&Rs”), please use the Irvine Company’s CC&R Sign Criteria, dated 3/15/10.

    For other design standards at Irvine Spectrum properties not owned by Irvine Company, but subject to our deed restrictions (“CC&Rs”), please use the Irvine Spectrum Builder Design Guidelines, dated 5/1/09.

    For more information on Design Standards, please click here.

  • What is the ReadyNow® Office program?

    Fast. Easy. ReadyNow®. These varieties of suites are fully improved, built-out spaces that are vacant and move-in ready.

  • What is a Furnished Office?

    Furnished offices are fully improved, built-out office space that is move-in ready with furniture. These suites are perfect for companies that want to move into office space designed and furnished.

Property Type/Building Type definitions

What is
Campus Office
Campus Office

A building with one to two floors is considered Campus Office. Campus Office usually denotes multiple buildings in a "campus" setting.

Low Rise

A building with two to four floors is considered a Low Rise building.

High Rise

A building with five or more floors is considered a High Rise building.

A building with one to two floors is considered Campus Office. Campus Office usually denotes multiple buildings in a "campus" setting.