Kearny Real Estate Company’s Elevate@Harbor recently joined the South Coast Metro Alliance, a nonprofit corporation including over 60 office property owners, hotels, apartment home communities, arts organizations, universities, retail centers and major companies located in Orange County’s South Coast Metro (encompassing north Costa Mesa/south Santa Ana).
Los Angeles-based Kearny Real Estate, a vertically integrated company specializing in the acquisition, development, asset management and property management of office, industrial and land assets in Southern California, invested over $20 million to transform the property into a refreshed, contemporary creative office campus.
The project was a joint venture with Sequoia Heritage. Brokers involved in the project are Carol Trapani, Allison Kelly, and Haley Chandler, all of CBRE.
Located at 3100 and 3130 South Harbor Boulevard, Elevate@Harbor features two Class A office buildings with a total of 197,370 square feet, plus 40,000 square feet of outdoor amenity space.
Property highlights include structured subterranean and surface level parking with EV charging stations, new creative spec suites, a new tenant lounge, a conference center and 3,000 square feet of event lawn space, an indoor/outdoor fitness facility with showers and locker rooms, along with an on-site café with outdoor dining, and outdoor games and electric bike service.
“We are delighted to transform Elevate@Harbor into a refreshed, contemporary and highly amenitized creative office campus customized to serve the vibrant South Coast Metro market,” said Hoonie Kang, Partner, Kearny Real Estate Company.
“Elevate@Harbor is a great addition to the membership of the South Coast Metro Alliance,” said Diane Pritchett, executive director of the Alliance.
In the past eighteen months, the area has seen the opening of 580 Anton and Halcyon House luxury apartments. The Los Angeles Times printing facility was reimagined into creative office space called The Press, and Sofia University made South Coast Metro its newest location.
For over a quarter-century, the South Coast Metro Alliance has implemented and coordinated programs that focus on marketing, business attraction, expansion and retention as it unites developers, property owners and key corporate leaders.