Satellite maker leases four floors in 400 Spectrum tower

Terran Orbital, the world’s leading provider of nanosatellites and microsatellites, just significantly expanded its footprint in Irvine.

The company recently locked in nearly 90,000 square feet of Class A office space at 400 Spectrum. It’s also keeping its current space just up the road at the Irvine Technology Center.

“We are pleased that we were able to secure four floors at 400 Spectrum, the preeminent full-service office building with an unbeatable location in Irvine,” says co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Marc Bell.

Terran Orbital has launched over 340 satellite missions since its inception in 2013, working closely with NASA along the way. It is the corporate parent of Tyvak Nano-Satellites, also headquartered in Irvine and selected by NASA to design a lunar lander for upcoming moon missions.