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Construction Commences at Former LA Times Facility in Costa Mesa

The Press, a reinvention of the former LA Times Orange County printing press warehouse and press room in Costa Mesa, CA to a reimagined creative work campus and proposed food hall, pulled its office building permit and kicked off construction. The 420,000-square-foot campus, located at 1375 Sunflower Ave., will be ready for delivery to office tenants by Q1 2020.

The more than $200-million project, being developed by SteelWave and Invesco Real Estate, will encompass 380,856 square feet of office with roughly 51,639 square feet of retail.

SteelWave’s Seth Hiromura says, “The Press is a truly one-of-a-kind offering in one of the most exciting areas of Orange County. This property embraces its history but also responds to what today’s modern user desires in office space.”

The Market Hall food hall is being planned with renowned LAB Holding. The concept, submitted for city review, includes a curated roster of more than 50 makers and restaurants.

NKF’s Jay Nugent and George Thomson are handling pre-leasing.

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