Orange County Industrial

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3016 S Halladay St - 6 Spaces MacArthur Place - Hutton Centre, Santa Ana, CA  
Jul 20
1,200 - 3,600
sqft
Industrial
Sublease Opportunity - Space Anaheim, CA  
Jul 14
200,000
sqft
Sublease Industrial
16 Technology Dr - 2 Spaces Irvine Technology Center, Irvine, CA 1,050 sqft warehouse and HVAC
Sep 16
1,440 - 1,720
sqft
Industrial Office
18 Technology Dr - Unit 104 Irvine Technology Center, Irvine, CA 700 sqft of warehouse
Sep 16
3,550
sqft
Industrial Office
3209 W Warner Ave - Space South Harbor, Santa Ana, CA warehouse area and no CAM charges
Sep 05
3,100
sqft
Industrial Office
27141 Aliso Creek Rd - 3 Spaces Aliso Viejo, CA  
Aug 24
900 - 1,900
sqft
Industrial Office Retail
27121 Aliso Creek Rd - Unit 115 Aliso Viejo, CA open workroom and large reception
Aug 24
1,690
sqft
Industrial Office Retail
Cypress Corporate Center - Space Cypress, Cypress, CA  
Aug 19
63,020
sqft
Industrial
2035 Placentia Ave - Unit F Westside Costa Mesa, Costa Mesa, CA  
Jul 21
2,400
sqft
Office Retail Industrial
3002 S Halladay St - 8 Spaces MacArthur Place - Hutton Centre, Santa Ana, CA  
Jul 20
1,200 - 3,600
sqft
Industrial
3014 S Halladay St - 6 Spaces MacArthur Place - Hutton Centre, Santa Ana, CA  
Jul 20
1,200 - 3,600
sqft
Industrial
971 Calle Negocio - Unit 100 (Floor 1) Rancho San Clemente, San Clemente, CA  
Jul 27
12,140
sqft
Industrial Office
1023 Calle Sombra - Unit A Rancho San Clemente, San Clemente, CA  
Jul 21
2,090
sqft
Industrial Office
603 E Alton Ave - 8 Spaces MacArthur Place - Hutton Centre, Santa Ana, CA  
Jul 20
1,200 - 2,400
sqft
Industrial
605 E Alton Ave - 8 Spaces MacArthur Place - Hutton Centre, Santa Ana, CA  
Jul 20
1,200 - 2,400
sqft
Industrial

Orange County

Market Report

Number of Listings
Posted in the last 90 days
933
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$37
Median Size (sqft)
2,970

Orange County Office & Commercial Space

Orange County is the third most populated county in the state of California. Located within the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim statistical area, Orange County provides residents with easy access to some of California’s most popular economic and cultural attractions. Although there is no true urban “center” in Orange County, this particular area is composed of several communities that feature outstanding opportunities for both personal and professional enrichment. Business owners seeking rental properties for lease in Orange County are likely to find both office space for rent and commercial space for rent here that is guaranteed to provide an outstanding platform on which to develop meaningful and lasting connection with consumers in both the region and the state at large. The numerous neighborhood zones found throughout Orange County currently host a wide array of businesses and commercial operations.

Orange County Economic Overview

With median household income levels well above state averages, Orange County is primarily a middle income / upper-middle income region of the state. Common occupations for residents of Orange County include positions in industries ranging from technology to retail trade and manufacturing. Several Fortune 1000 companies currently call this area home, including Allergan, Epicor and Standard Pacific, among others. Orange County also is home to outstanding retail shopping centers, all of which help reinforce the local economy here and provide employment opportunities to residents of the area. Tourism is also a large industry in Orange County, as thousands of individuals visit this area during the summer months. The Anaheim Convention Center, for example, hosts a number of major national and international events on an annual basis.

Orange County At A Glance

The early years of the development of Orange County were dominated by agricultural trade and wealth building. Although the agricultural infrastructure of Orange County would decline somewhat following the closure of World War II, the arrival of Interstate 5 ensured that residents of Los Angeles were able to use Orange County as a bedroom community, living and raising their families here while commuting to work during the day. Today, Orange County remains a remarkably rich and diverse area, featuring individuals from all corners of the globe. Notable attractions in Orange County include Disneyland and the Nixon Presidential Library, among other must-see destinations. The area also hosts a variety of professional sporting events throughout the year.

Where to Lease in Orange County

Orange County’s conglomeration of communities works to the advantage of business owners seeking to establish a presence here, largely due to the fact that many of these cities feature well-developed economies and cultural sectors. Whatever a business owner’s particular needs may be, Orange County is likely to be able to meet them.

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