Despite a slow economy, WorkScapes at Newport Beach is bustling with activity, including a new 3,587 square foot lease, signed by Lionakis, Inc. to accommodate the architectural firm’s growing business. The firm specializes in innovative design that integrates sustainability and technology. In addition to its new Newport Beach location at 20371 Irvine Avenue, Lionakis has offices in San Francisco, Sacramento, Modesto, Reno and Seattle.
WorkScapes at Newport Beach, formerly known as the Newport Trade Center, was recently redesigned, rebranded and renamed as part of a campaign designed to refresh the office landscape in the desirable California community. The 84,831 square foot, six-building office park is offering tenants creative work spaces, or WorkScapes, as they’ve been recently donned, as unique alternatives to the traditional office spaces that otherwise dominate the market.
Among the creative alternatives being marketed are loft-like WorkScapes that leverage the light industrial feel of the original buildings’ architecture, and highlight such contemporary features as exposed ceilings, polished concrete floors and open floor plans with great windows and light.
Other key selling points are the property’s prime location on Irvine Avenue, (adjacent to the Newport Beach Golf Club, and about two miles west of the University of California Irvine), easy freeway access, good street visibility, underground parking and a five-acre lot that provides plenty of trees, green grass, a park and spectacular views.
The leasing agent for WorkScapes at Newport Beach is CB Richard Ellis. More information can be found at www.WorkScapesatNewportBeach.com.