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Irvine Company signs San Diego law firm; Orange County accounting, engineering and software firms to new leases

The Irvine Company Office Properties record run of leasing to top companies in a diversity of industries continued recently with four notable new leases, including:

– Kerry Steigerwalt’s Pacific Law Center (KSPLC) renewed its lease and relocated to Nobel Corporate Plaza in University Towne Center, occupying 26,300 sq. ft. KSPLC specializes in personal injury, bankruptcy, criminal law and DUI litigation. Jeffrey A. Chasan from Commercial Realty Advisers represented the law firm.

– Stonefield Josephson, Inc. renewed and expanded to 13,400 feet at Jamboree Center in Irvine. The accounting firm serves public and private national and international clients, providing services in key tax and advisory areas. The firm was named the nation’s third-fastest-growing accounting firm in 2007 by INSIDE Public Accounting, and was listed by Bowman’s Accounting Report among the nation’s Top 25 Auditors of 2005, 2006 and 2007. Jeff Cowan and Mike Props of Studley represented Stonefield.

Inductors, Inc. renewed a 26,400 sq. ft. lease for its corporate headquarters at 5 Technology in Irvine Spectrum. Founded in 1991, Inductors is the largest stocking and independent distributor of inductive components in the world today. The company provides engineers and purchasing agents the benefits and services needed to buy components in a timely manner. Randall S. Parker and Stacy Garcia of Travers Realty represented Inductors.

Evisions has leased 15,700 square feet of office space in Irvine Technology Center. In operation for nearly a decade, Evisions began as a small software development company with a focus on core competencies like superior product development technology. Since then, their business has grown exponentially. With the intellectual and financial capacity to bring revolutionary ideas to the market, Evisions’ client list now includes some of the largest and most prestigious government and educational sites in the Americas. Troy Wooton of Lee & Associates represented Evisions.