Irvine Towers, located in affluent Orange County's Business District, is a perfect fit for a business of any size. Situated at the intersection of Von Karman Ave and Michelson Drive, Irvine Towers offers close proximity to everything you need, including transportation, shopping, dining, retail, and 5-star hotels.
This prestigious five tower complex in Irvine, California is a coveted business address due to the recognizable building and sheer convenience. The modern facilities mirror the forward-thinking and impressive tenant list that work at this highly esteemed location.
Irvine Towers features a 5-star fitness center, on-site car wash and detailing, dry cleaning services, Sundry stores as well as multiple coffee shops and restaurants.
Irvine Towers is located in the heart of the Irvine Financial district with convenient access to the 405, 5, and 55 freeways. Shuttles from the Towers run to all major metro stations as well as John Wayne Airport.
The building boasts spectacular views of the city skyline and the breathtaking Orange County mountains.
Building occupants include financial leader John Hancock, tech industry giant Samsung,Global Human Resource Consulting Firm, Robert Half and a list of impressive law firms and financial institutions.
5 minute drive to John Wayne Airport
The Orange County Transit Authority (OCTA) has two stops within walking distance to Irvine Towers: Von Karman-Quartz and Von Karman-Morse.
Irvine Towers is in a plaza located in the heart of the Irvine Financial District. It is home to numerous financial institutions as well as Union Bank. We are located in the same complex as the Irvine Marriott Hotel and within 5 minutes of John Wayne Airport, making guest travel easy and convenient.
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