Hines Joint Venture Receives $182M Refinancing for Four-Building Office Campus Near Los Angeles
IRVINE, CALIF. — A joint venture between Hines and a global investment management firm has received $182 million in refinancing for Intersect, a mid-rise, four-building, Class A office campus in Irvine.
Kevin MacKenzie, John Chun and Nick Lench of JLL Capital Markets placed the three-year, interest-only financing with MetLife Investment Management. The borrower plans to use the loan proceeds to fund future leasing at the property and retire the existing loan that the same JLL team arranged for the borrower in 2018.
Situated on 15 acres, Intersect comprises four buildings, totaling 452,060 square feet, at 17875 and 17877 Von Karman Ave. and 17872 and 17838 Gillette Ave. Located in the heart of the Irvine Business Complex, the property features a restaurant, shipping container beer garden and coffee shop, game pavilion, fire pits, chicken coop, bird aviary and sports court.
Additional features include indoor and outdoor workspaces; a fitness center with Peloton bikes, classes, locker rooms, spin studio and outdoor yoga lawn; private tenant terraces; a 40-seat, stadium-style conference center; and a 16-person board room. The Intersect also offers 573 surface parking stalls, a 1,595-space structured parking garage at 17892 Gillette Ave. and a 181-stall subterranean parking facility.