Mazda’s been in the same location for nearly three decades, but now it’s all going to change. The Japanese automaker has a found a new place to call home near the Irvine Spectrum. Having signed a 10-year lease, Mazda is looking to offer a state-of-the-art facility for the people who work there.
Mazda has occupied its current headquarters since 1987. The space was constructed for the automaker and at five stories, it was the first high-rise development in Irvine. However, the city’s change has also sparked a change in Mazda as well.
The new Mazda headquarters location won’t move far from its current spot, but it will offer a better work environment and customer experience.
“It is one thing to build outstanding vehicles, but the people who work for Mazda must also feel that their workspace is as good as the cars we build,” said Masahiro Moro, president and CEO, MNAO,
At 21 floors, this is the tallest building in Orange County, offering 10-foot floor-to-ceiling glass on every floor. The building itself was awarded and recognized as “Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR.” Mazda will take over the first five floors come 2017.
We here at Wantagh Mazda are happy to see Mazda continuing to develop and grow more in every way possible!