Your address: Irvine Towers, Orange County

Irvine Towers, 18100 Von Karman Avenue, Irvine, CA 92612, USA
8th Floor

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ABOUT FLOOR 8, IRVINE TOWERS

ABOUT FLOOR 8, IRVINE TOWERS

The BEST flexible workspace in the world, taking into account aesthetics, wifi capabilities, location, and community.

    • Irvine Towers, a prestigious five tower complex in Orange County, California, is a coveted business address for its recognizable buildings and sheer convenience.
    • This location boasts spectacular views of the city skyline and the breathtaking Orange County mountains.
    • Irvine Marriot is located straight across the street, no more than 100 ft away with a Starbucks and FedEx Office Store located in the lobby.
    • Situated close to Newport Beach, a prominent vacation hot spot with beautiful beaches and Fashion Island known for luxury retail
    • A farmer’s market on Tuesdays, and visiting food trucks on Thursdays!
    •  Unbeatable Coworking spaces from $300/month. Virtual Offices available from $149/month
    •  Impressive boardrooms, meeting rooms, exclusive pantry - premium serviced offices in Orange County
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LOCATION DETAILS:

  • Airport Access:  5-minute drive from John Wayne Airport

  • Bus: The Orange County Transit Authority (OCTA) has two stops within walking distance to Irvine Towers: Von Karman-Quartz and Von Karman-Morse.

  • Driving: Easy access to Freeways 55 and 405 as well as the 73 Toll Road for a quicker commute with less traffic

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