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Americor Funding Inc. leased 21,742 square feet of Class A office space at The Irvine Company’s 18200 Von Karman at Irvine Towers in Irvine, CA. The lending company plans to relocate its HQ from 2211 Michelson, to accommodate growth and expansion.
St. Joseph Hoag Health in Irvine celebrates June with eyes set on behavioral health, including mental wellness and addiction. This month, it held its fourth annual Orange County Shatterproof Challenge Rappel at the Newport Center to raise awareness of the opioid epidemic.
Getting an affordable deal on office space at Newport Center’s newest and glitziest tower is unlikely, but if anyone was going to drive a bargain with Irvine Co. for space there, it would probably be a tenant representation brokerage.
Savills Studley, the largest commercial real estate brokerage in Orange County that focuses on representing tenants, said it signed a lease for a full floor at Irvine Co.’s 520 Newport Center Drive building.
Cushman & Wakefield has brokered a lease for Americor Funding Inc. at a 21,742-square-feet office space at 18200 Von Karman at Irvine Towers in Irvine. Terms were not disclosed. Chon Kantikovit and Shawn Lawrence of the firm’s Irvine office represented the tenant in the transaction. The property is owned by the Irvine Company and offers onsite amenities including Specialty’s Bakery & Café, recently announced Davio’s Norther Italian Steakhouse, Marriott Hotel and a private fitness center for tenants.
The Newport Beach-based Irvine Co. is re-branding and renovating some commercial properties near John Wayne Airport in Irvine.
The Airport Business Center, which includes two four-story buildings at 18662 and 18552 MacArthur Blvd., will become "The Launch."
Irvine Company is set to reimagine, revamp and rebrand the former Airport Business Center as “The Launch.” The project features a pair of four-story buildings on a stretch of MacArthur Boulevard that fronts John Wayne Airport.
Irvine Co.’s Steve Case says, “After conducting significant customer research, we’ve learned that growth companies view real estate as an asset and extension of their brands, a critical and valuable tool to help them recruit and retain talent in today’s tight job market.”
Orange County's dominant office landlord and the area's most active office developer over the past four years isn't resting on its laurels, with both a ground-up development and a creative office renovation project in the works.
Irvine Co. recently broke ground on four midrise office projects on Sand Canyon Avenue, about a mile from its Irvine Spectrum Center shopping center.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Steve Wagner and Louis Tomaselli of JLL in negotiating a significant lease on behalf of Toshiba America, Inc. at University Research Park totaling over 96,000 SF.
All three are in play as Irvine Company reimagines, revamps and rebrands the former Airport Business Center as “The Launch.” The project features a pair of four-story buildings on the stretch of MacArthur Boulevard that fronts John Wayne Airport, one of Orange County’s largest economic engines with an annual impact estimated at more than $6 billion and 43,000 jobs.
That explains the location part of the equation, and leads to the current renovation of both buildings, each of which will be enhanced to meet the needs of forward-thinking companies and their employees, who blend life and work more than ever.
With the popularity of mixed-use developments rising, developers are seeking ways to create well-crafted communities in Silicon Valley. These communities offer places where people can do different things throughout the day without needing to get into their cars.
Companies are looking at real estate more than ever as an asset — a tool to recruit and retain talent and a competitive advantage in a tight job market. They now view their offices as an extension of their brands.
Security software maker Cylance Inc. plans to consolidate its local operations at the soon-to-open 400 Spectrum Center office tower in the Irvine Spectrum.
Focusing deeply on understanding the needs and desires of your customer, then using that knowledge to create the most compelling workplace communities possible is key when a newly developed property is leasing up fast, Irvine Co. Office Properties EVP Steve Case tells GlobeSt.com. The firm recently signed six new leasing transactions at its 200 Spectrum Center Dr. property here, bringing the asset up to 93% leased just one year after the 21-story office building’s opening.
For such a lavish-looking restaurant, the week-old Red O had a relatively subdued opening and is settling quietly and comfortably into its 9,000-square-foot spot across from UTC. Rising in Donovan's former domain, it is the new upscale dining centerpiece of The Plaza by The Irvine Company.
IRVINE, CA—Governor Brown’s aggressive goals for doubling the energy efficiency of existing buildings by 2030 will continue to drive new technologies, Irvine Co.’s VP of energy management Rich Bluth tells GlobeSt.com. The development firm owns and operates the most ENERGY STAR-certified offices of any building owner in the nation, and three of the company’s new buildings—two at its “NextGen” Sand Canyon Business Center here and Eastgate Terrace (9779 Kettner) in La Jolla, CA—were among only 10 new developments nationwide to become “Designed to Earn the Energy STAR” certified in 2016.
In University Towne Center, diners by the end of May should be seeing the opening of the long-awaited Red O, an upscale Mexican-style restaurant taking the space long occupied by Donovan’s before its move last year to the Village of La Jolla.
Commercial real estate firms are on the move throughout the West, but no market is more active than San Diego. Some of the industry’s biggest players have decided to upgrade their digs in America’s Finest City in pursuit of happier employees and office prototypes they can be proud of.
Silicon Valley city staff are busy these days. Cities like Milpitas and Sunnyvale have several multifamily, mixed-use and office developments in the works.
Irvine Company's own twist on the creative-office trend is gaining ground.
UC Irvine has received a $1 million gift from the estate of Christian Werner, professor emeritus of geography and former dean of its School of Social Sciences.
Irvine Company has bought the 19-building Alton Plaza in Irvine Spectrum. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Irvine Company acquired the 19-building Alton Plaza in Irvine Spectrum from AEW Capital Management for an undisclosed amount. The 216,000-square-foot campus is located at 15205-15295 Alton Parkway near the Irvine, CA train station.
Irvine Co. has acquired the 19-building, 216,000-square-foot Alton Plaza office campus near the Irvine teain station and plans to revitalize it into modern indoor and outdoor workspaces designed to foster innovation and collaboration. Roughly 700 employees from 25 companies will enjoy the renovation when completed.
The property is currently 95 percent leased to technology, medical device, research and development, real estate and engineering companies.
Irvine Company has purchased Alton Plaza, a 19-building business campus within Irvine Spectrum. The company plans to revitalize the 216k sf complex, located on Alton Pkwy near the Irvine train station.
The six new deals at 200 Spectrum Center Drive bring the building up to 93 percent leased, just one year after opening. Tenants include innovators in tech, co-working, gaming, law, finance and automotive.
The 21-story tower is now 93 percent leased.
Six new deals totaling 50,000 square feet brought Irvine Co.’s 200 Spectrum Center Drive up to 93% leased just one year after the 21-story building opened in Irvine, CA. The largest of the transactions at the 426,000-square-foot property includes a 22,000-square-foot expansion by Crown Castle, and a 14,000-square-foot deal with Neudesic.
Latest major investment in Irvine Spectrum continues company’s support for innovative, growth-minded companies.
Expect to get good cellphone reception at 200 Spectrum Center, Orange County's tallest office building.
Irvine Company has bought a low-rise office campus in the shadow of Broadcom Ltd.'s new office campus in the Irvine Spectrum.
Of particular importance to large tech-space users is having a workspace that fosters creativity, innovation and collaboration to seamlessly blend work and life, Irvine Co. Office Properties' EVP Steve Case tells GlobeSt.com. The firm recently signed a 96,000-square-foot lease with Toshiba America Inc. at University Research Park, the Irvine Co's 185-acre office park here, located next to UC Irvine.
Toshiba America will move its electronics components, information systems and logistics companies to the campus, which is in the midst of a significant reinvestment.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of father and daughter team, Jason Hughes and Star Hughes-Gorup of Hughes Marino. During the past quarter, Jason and Star negotiated the most new lease transactions in San Diego.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Jeff Manley, Steve Card and Taylor Wood of Savills Studley in negotiating multiple leases totaling over 100,000 SF throughout Orange County.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Greg Tippin, Byron Foss and Stacy Garcia of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank in negotiating a new lease for Cavium, Inc. at Sand Canyon Business Center totaling over 105,000 SF.
If this state has shown the world anything, it’s that Californians meet times of crisis with visionary solutions.
Cavium, Inc., a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for enterprise, data center, cloud, wired and wireless networking, has leased a four-story building at Irvine Company’s new “NextGen” campus at Sand Canyon Business Center in Irvine Spectrum.
The center has added two fine dining restaurants, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Il Fornaio, to the growing selection of dining options.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Ryan Hawkins of JLL in negotiating multiple leases throughout Orange County totaling over 68,000 square feet.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Brett Kluewer of Colliers International in negotiating multiple leases in high-rise properties throughout Orange County totaling over 54,000 square feet.
Irvine Company Office Properties applauds Steve Wolf of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank for his help in negotiating multiple office leases throughout San Diego.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes Mike for his exceptional performance in negotiating multiple leases within Irvine Company’s Silicon Valley portfolio, including Cepheid and AMD.
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The 21-story tower opened its doors this year as Orange County’s tallest building, a glasssheathed standout on the landscape of the Irvine Spectrum, where it quickly drew the attention of professional and amateur photographers, enjoying a star turn on Instagram.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Ken Tsukahara of Colliers International for his creative deal making and negotiating multiple leases within Irvine Company’s Silicon Valley portfolio.
We congratulate Ken on his extraordinary efforts and wish him the very best for continued success.
Irvine Company announced today that it has leased an entire new 220,000-square-foot building at Santa Clara Square to Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). AMD drives innovation in high-performance computing, graphics and visualization technologies – the building blocks for gaming, immersive platforms and the data center.
Irvine Company Office Properties thanks Anya Ostry and Tom Taylor of Cushman & Wakefield for their exceptional performance in negotiating multiple leases totaling over 67,000 square feet.
Irvine Company teams up with Google Fiber to provide Irvine residents and small businesses with Internet speeds up to 40 times faster than basic broadband
Irvine will be the first city in Southern California where Google Fiber will be available.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Jeff Manley, Lindsay Nicholas and Taylor Wood of Cresa in negotiating multiple leases throughout Orange County totaling over 90,000 SF, including campus and high-rise office properties.
Irvine Company Office Properties applauds the exceptional performance of Matt Taylor and Tom Taylor from CBRE for successfully negotiating an office lease of 74,000 SF with Cambridge at Phase II at Santa Clara Square.
Irvine Company’s Symphony Tower in downtown San Diego recently became California’s first office building to qualify for a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Dynamic Plaque as part of its recertification.
A Newport Beach-based investment firm with ties to the area’s hospitality industry has signed a deal to lease the top floor of Irvine Company’s 520 Newport Center Drive.
Our latest Silicon Valley event took place on the sixth floor of Irvine Co's newest office building in Santa Clara Square, and Bisnow got an exclusive look around.
The Irvine Co began constructing 400 Spectrum Center just as its twin, 200 Spectrum Center, opened for business earlier this month. The firm's 21-story vertical office campus at 200 Spectrum Center is Orange County's tallest building at 323.4 feet.
Customers desire a vibrant workplace community in a vertical setting that includes wellness and fitness facilities, outdoor work spaces and outstanding food, Irvine Co. Office Properties president Doug Holte tells GlobeSt.com.
Irvine Company announced today that it has begun construction of 400 Spectrum Center Drive, a 21-story vertical campus that will mirror 200 Spectrum Center Drive, which opened for business today and is 40% pre-leased to Mazda, WeWork and Curse Inc.
Irvine Company Office Properties applauds Chon Kantikovit and Rick Kaplan of Cushman & Wakefield for their help in negotiating multiple office leases throughout Orange County, including a 101,600 SF with Mazda Motor of America at 200 Spectrum Center.
Irvine Company Office Properties salutes the outstanding performance of Troy Freeman and Wade Clark of JLL for successfully negotiating an office lease of 105,000 SF with Bank of America, National Association at 520 Newport Center.
Irvine Company is preparing to launch a package of fitness, wellness and outdoor amenities for a large portion of its office portfolio, kicking off a new program this week—dubbed Kinetic—on the ground floor of 600 Newport Center Drive, not far from its headquarters in Newport Beach.
Irvine Company Office Properties thanks Gary Allen of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank for his help in negotiating new office leases, including 80,900 SF with Western Growers Association at Sand Canyon Business Center and 31,700 SF with Fisher & Paykel Healthcare at Corporate Business Center.
Irvine Company Office Properties extends appreciation to Jordan Williams of Strom Commercial Real Estate. During the past quarter Jordan secured a large number of new and renewal leases in both the Downtown and UTC markets.
Fresh off the news Mazda would relocate its North American headquarters a mile down the road in Irvine, its new landlord, Irvine Company, has revealed two more tenants at 200 Spectrum Drive.
Irvine Company announced today that automotive innovator Mazda North American Operations, shared work-space giant WeWork, and cutting-edge, game communication leader Curse Inc. have leased a total of 168,000 square feet at the new 21-story vertical campus at 200 Spectrum Center Drive
Effective February, 2017 MNAO will continue its 30-year residency in Irvine, Calif. as it looks to move to an all-new state-of-the-art facility at 200 Spectrum Center Drive, as a result of a 10-year lease announced today.
Irvine Company announced today a major $150-million reinvestment in Irvine Spectrum Center-- celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Irvine Company and Advanced Microgrid Solutions (AMS) teamed with SCE to install the batteries completing the first in what will be a fleet of Irvine Company Hybrid-Electric Buildings that will be used for grid support by Southern California Edison.
The Irvine Company's new initiative will make them the world's first major real estate company to create a fleet of hybrid-electric buildings powered by state-of-the-art energy storage systems from Tesla Energy.
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