A large industrial building in Huntington Beach, California, used for decades as a high-production metal shop has been transformed into a corporate headquarters facility with two stories of office space and a gleaming glass façade. The thoroughly renovated 60,000-square-foot building for lease is landing on a market whose vacancy rate is the lowest on record.
“The vacancy rate in West County is 1.1 percent, and quality space is in even shorter supply,” said Brad Bierbaum, Senior Vice President of CBRE and who represents owner Sares Regis Group. “This is a high-image building on a high-identity corner. There simply is no comparable building available in West County, which has been frustrating growth-minded companies needing more space,” Bierbaum said. “Few surrounding buildings are as large, making this property ideal for local business owners aiming to minimize disruption to their operations.” Sares Regis Group also is represented by CBRE Senior Vice President Jeff Carr.
The renovated building is at 15301 Springdale Street between Bolsa and McFadden avenues and in what is known as the West County Lusk Industrial Park, a premier industrial neighborhood. The building includes a high-image entry and lobby with about 15,861 square feet of office space. The facility has been refitted with ESFR sprinklers, new HVAC systems and 2,800 amps of power. The property has a large, secured yard with a new wrought-iron perimeter fence and easy access to the 22, 405 and 605 freeways.