HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA-Newport Beach, CA-based Voit Real EstateServices has been selected as exclusive leasing representatives forthe Towers at Bella Terra, a 382,000-square-foot class-A officecomplex in Huntington Beach, CA. The Towers at Bella Terra consistof one 193,000-square-foot, 12-story building and two95,000-square-foot six-story buildings.

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The complex is situated adjacent and directly between the Shopsat Bella Terra and the 405 Freeway. Chris Deason, John Harty,Michael Coppin, and Xavier Colombi of Voit’s Irvine office are theexclusive leasing team.

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“In conjunction with the management at the Bella Terra officecomplex, our leasing team is ready to market the projectaggressively,” says senior vice president Deason. “We can meet theneeds of tenants seeking class-A office space from 1,300 squarefeet up to 88,000 square feet of contiguous space within a primecomplex that offers freeway visibility, building-top signageopportunities, and an incredibly rich amenity base.”

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He adds that “In addition, the property is financiallypositioned to complete all needed tenant improvements and to paybroker commissions within 48 hours of a mutually executed lease.The property is located at 7711, 7755, and 7777 Center Ave.

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“Our team has extensive history in the West County market and ismotivated to market the property and generate rapid lease-up of theremaining available space,” explains Harty, senior vice presidentat Voit. “Voit has marketed a large share of office product in WestOrange County, likely more than any other firm. Our extensivemarket knowledge will allow us to drive the right deals towardsthis very desirable property.”

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According to Harty, “This office complex offers excellentvisibility and access, on top of being strategically located toserve both Orange County and Los Angeles County markets.Prospective tenants will find a well-maintained property offeringstructure and surface parking, as well as views of the PacificOcean.”

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The Towers at Bella Terra has 24-hour security, an on-sitefull-service restaurant, state-of-the-art fitness club, and a224-room hotel. The complex offers one of Orange County’s mostprominent shopping centers within walking distance, the 777,000square feet of adjacent stores, restaurants, and theatres calledthe Shops at Bella Terra, according to a statement from Voit, whocould not provide further information by deadline, except to saythat "the building is currently in receivership, and there is noowner at this point."

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