1301 Dove Street | Suite 550 | Newport Beach, CA 92660 | Phone – 949.252.8844
1301 Dove is a ten-story, Class A multi-tenant office building on 6.456 acres and contains 205,668 rentable square feet of area located in prestigious Newport Beach, California. The building design incorporates an offset on the east and west side at the second and third floors, providing private terraces with spectacular Newport Beach and Airport views. The overall building height is approximately 152 feet from ground level to top of the penthouse roof. The building is constructed of structural steel overlain with reflective tinted glass and painted aluminum spandrel panels.
Immaculately manicured landscaping consisting of small trees, drought tolerant plants and flower arrangements surrounding the entrances to the building and perimeter accentuates the building and convenient surface and freestanding two-level semi subterranean parking structure for 715 cars. Overhead pole-mounted lighting along with newly replaced ground fixtures keep the large parking lot well-lit in the evening. The property has an identification sign at the entrance and the three major tenants’ signage can be found on the building’s facade.
Glass paneling along the main entrance creates a unique breezeway. One set of double automatic entrance doors located at the front and rear entrances are surrounded by an expansive glass borderless storefront system. Stunning glass doors framed by stainless-steel top and bottom rails not only allow for maximum sunlight to illuminate the beautifully enhanced modern lobby including elegant large-format tile flooring, custom wood paneling, back painted glass, brushed stainless steel accents and a sleek, contemporary design.
A uniquely designed conference center and executive lounge, with outdoor terrace, mirroring the spirit of the newly remodeled lobby, can be found on the ground floor. Newly installed mailboxes, touchscreen electronic directory, and modernized restroom accommodations are among the additional improvements that were recently completed at the property.
Cafe Artys II, located on the 1st floor at 1301 Dove Street, offers a wide variety of hot and cold breakfast and lunch items. Deli sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, salads and wraps are just a few of the menu items available everyday. Stop by to see the daily specials as well! Take your order to go or grab a seat and enjoy the cafe atmosphere or outdoor patio that Cafe Artys II has to offer.
On-Site Car Wash
Jesus’ Car Wash & Detail
Onsite every Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
There are 713 spaces, including 419 open surface spaces, 149 upper deck spaces and 145 covered spaces. The parking structure consists of two levels of semisubterranean parking. Of the open surface spaces, 15 spaces (including three van-accessible) are designated for the physically disabled and two designated as loading spaces. This provides for a parking ratio of 3.54 spaces per 1,000sqft.
The building retains a lobby ambassador on-site Monday-Saturday and provides security cameras at the key entry and exit points, as well as the elevators. Additionally, controlled access via card readers are used for entrance to the building, the elevators, and the parking structure.
The building is served by four passenger elevators, including one elevator serving a dual purpose of passenger/freight. Each elevator utilizes a geared traction system, providing an inside clearance of 6’7” width, 5’3” depth, and 9’ high with a door width of 39” and a 9’ height. Access is granted to the elevators by a proximity card reader, and the freight elevator is accessed within the main building lobby. Loading zone parking spaces at the back entry of the building accommodate this access point. All elevators were “modernized” in 2013-2014.
1301 Dove has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s prestigious ENERGY STAR, the national symbol for superior energy efficiency and environmental protection. Commercial buildings that rate in the top 25 percent of facilities in the nation for energy affiance qualify for this prestigious award. On average, buildings that earn the ENERGY STAR use an average of 40 percent less energy than typical buildings and also release 35 percent less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), is an internationally recognized green building certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. Certification occurs through the Green Building Certification Institute. The LEED Building Rating System provides the benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings.
LEED® Gold Certification demonstrates ultimate green building leadership and signifies a model of sustainability that sets the standard in the industry. 1301 Dove has been LEED certified at a Gold Level since 2010.
LEED is a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in key areas under which a building is measured and rated; Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Materials & Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, and Innovation in Operations. More information on the USGBC and LEED can be found at www.usgbc.org .
Choosing a building’s site and managing that site during construction are important considerations for a project’s sustainability. The Sustainable Sites category discourages development on previously undeveloped land; minimizes a building’s impact on ecosystems and waterways; encourages regionally appropriate landscaping; rewards smart transportation choices; controls storm water runoff; and reduces erosion, light pollution, heat island effect and construction-related pollution.
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Newport Beach, incorporated in 1906, is a city in Orange County, California, 10 miles south of downtown Santa Ana. The Current OMB metropolitan designation for Newport Beach and the Orange County Area is Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine, CA. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 85,186. The area code for Newport Beach is 949. The city is home to several well known communities and recent annexations including Balboa Island, Corona del Mar, San Joaquin Hills, and Newport Coast