Industrial Building - Adaptive Reuse to Office - Irvine, California

Description

CA Historic Industrial Building Adaptive Reuse for Social Media Company Headquarters in Irvine, CA

GKA is Architect of Record with interior designer McDermott Associates for this adaptive reuse tenant improvement of an historic industrial building located in Irvine, CA.

The building, a 28,000 sf heavy-timber framed former lima bean processing facility, was built in 1894 and is among the oldest extant industrial buildings in Southern California. In 1994 the building was converted into an an office and retail mixed use building within the larger "Old Town Irvine" historic district.

The project, completed in April of 2015, consists of a 11,000sf office for a digital marketing and advertising agency.

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Project Information

Location:  14988 Sand Canyon Ave, Studio 4, Irvine, CA 92618

Building Size: 28,000 sf (estimated)

Number of Floors: 1 + Mezzanine

Residential Units: 0; Commercial Units: 7

Project Size: 11,000 sf

Construction Type: V-B

Cost: $665,000 (Est)

Zoning: R8B; C2-5

Year Built: 1894

Project Year: 2015

Consultants: McDermott Associates [Interiors], Wright Engineers [MEP & Structural], Service First Permits [Expeditor]

Contractor: AMG Construction

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