An Olympic-length pool with private workspace cabanas, award-winning chefs serving up lunch and garden-like settings with thousands of trees.
This is not a description of a five-star hotel.
It describes Irvine’s Class A office space, where quality architecture, clean and healthy environments, and next-level amenities set the city apart to employers.
“The employee experience has to be better in the office than it is at home,” says Anna Grayhek, principal and workplace strategist at H. Hendy Associates. “That’s it.”
Take a peek inside these Irvine offices and see what you think.