Downtown Long Beach Office Space Market

Located just off the 710 fwy,  downtown Long Beach is perfectly situated between LA and the OC, at the center of SoCal business. It’s a compact waterfront business harbor with impressionable 1920’s architecture and a cool cultural arts scene. 

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Office Buildings in Downtown Long Beach

Known for being the only high-rise downtown in the Greater Los Angeles market with a waterfront view, Downtown Long Beach offers a wide variety of office buildings for lease

211 E. Ocean

  • Impressive New Creative Offi ce Space
  • Major Renovation – Lobby & Exterior
  • Large Balconies, Open Environment
  • Entry to Promenade, Distinct
  • Operable, Full Height & Roll-up Glass
  • High Ceilings, Upscale Lighting & Other
    Design Elements

320 Pine – F&M Bank

  • 10-Story 1922 F&M Bank Building
  • Beautifully Restored Iconic Architecture
  • Omelette Inn, Starbucks
  • Prime Location, Promenade Adjacent
  • Short Term Leases
  • Conference Room

100 E. Oceangate

  • 15-Story Office Tower
  • Floor-to-Ceiling Glass
  • New Ownership Late 2016
  • Good Values, Great Tenant Mix
  • Fine Finishes & Lighting Throughout
  • Plaza Level Retail, 24-Hour Fitness

200 Pine – Octopus

  • 6-Story Office Tower
  • Heart of Downtown, Pine Avenue
  • Renovated Lobby, Common Areas
  • Creative Spec Suites
  • Octopus Japanese Restaurant
  • Onsite Parking

249 E. Ocean

  • Ocean Blvd Prominence
  • Convention & Performing Arts Center
  • Adjacent to Westin Hotel
  • Amenities & Short Walk to Pine
  • Metrolink & Transit Mall
  • Elevator Modernization 2Q17

Landmark Square

  • Most Prestigious Class A Tower
  • Highest Lease Rate in Long Beach
  • Wells Fargo & Enterprise Car Rental
  • Outstanding Corporate Identity
  • Outstanding Location Pine & Ocean
  • Adjacent Metrolink & Transit Mall

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Long Beach is 20 Miles-to-Irvine, 20 Miles-to-South Bay and 20 Miles-to-LA making possible a 45-minute commute during business hours.

Downtown Long Beach

Our Take on Downtown Long Beach

The Big New York money has avoided downtown for decades, but those days are over.  There are 30 projects the vast majority of which have been completed.  It’s a solid renaissance being fueled by a young, growing and educated workforce and an influx of technology and media and other non-port related businesses. The cost to occupy space in the Southbay and coastal OC can run double making this one of the best-positioned emerging submarkets in LA.

In a compact coastal downtown with cool, adapted, architectural buildings from the twenties, a gritty retro-district, a strong growing art & music scene downtown is prime for a new younger workforce, co-work, shared and other creative office space uses.  The millennial demographic to “live, work, shop & play” is strong at work in downtown.  A one-room apartment in one of the neat new projects can fetch over $2,500 per month.

Gen II Creative Office

The growth of creative office space has expanded beyond traditional media, tech and entertainment companies in West Los Angeles to include more traditional industries such as law firms, real estate firms and financial companies in Long Beach.
  • Efficiency, technology, visibility, & flexibility
  • Retain and attract work talent in an increasingly competitive talent pool
  • Promotes well being, and delivers a work place that makes people healthier
  • Improves overall organizational performance
One factor driving the increase in creative office strategy is the underutilization and inefficiency of traditional office configurations. - CBRE

Due to the skills of Scott and Jeff together, we saved money on this deal.  Their negotiations created  leverage and strengthened our position.  For a successful transaction, I would recommend their services to any company.

George Gibbons

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