Pacific Center, Torrance, CA 90503

Pacific Center
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Available Listings at Pacific Center
Unit Floor Listed Type Size Use Terms Floorplan (PDF)
760 7 2/12/16 Lease 2,760 sq ft Office View Floorplan
750 7 2/12/16 Lease 3,430 sq ft Office View Floorplan
745 7 2/12/16 Lease 1,020 sq ft Office View Floorplan
480 4 2/12/16 Lease 3,220 sq ft Office View Floorplan
435 4 2/12/16 Lease 9,990 sq ft Office View Floorplan
430 4 2/12/16 Lease 3,080 sq ft Office View Floorplan
320 3 2/12/16 Lease 4,910 sq ft Office
250 2 2/12/16 Lease 5,360 sq ft Office View Floorplan
220 2 2/12/16 Lease 10,920 sq ft Office View Floorplan
Pacific Center Details
  • Area: Del Amo Fashion Center
  • Year Constructed: 1988
  • Floors: 8
  • Class: A

This Class A office building was erected in 1988. There are 8 stories of rentable office space within the structure and just under 298,900 total square feet. The property is set in the heart of Torrance, CA at 21250 Hawthorne Boulevard.

Recently, this building underwent new management and received a full makeover to bring the systems, finishes and furnishings up to modern standards. In fact, the renovation was so successful that 21250 Hawthorne Boulevard has LEED certification and multiple Energy Star labels.

Office spaces within 21250 Hawthorne Boulevard range in size from 2,000 square feet to over 10,000 square feet, which gives each tenant the ideal amount of space to conduct business. Both furnished and unfurnished offices are found within the structure, and this provides maximum flexibility.

Tenants have access to their suites 24 hours a day, and other great amenities of 21250 Hawthorne Boulevard include high-speed Internet, phone services, mail sorting, a parking garage, a reception area, a full copy center, a communal kitchen, an onsite management staff and much more.

Rounded white columns separate the long bays of dark windows that cover the facade of 21250 Hawthorne Boulevard. The building has a classic, yet modern, look that is softened by mature palm trees.

Source: 42Floors