icehouse commercial spaces 2018-06-18T23:45:42+00:00

icehouse commercial spaces

orange, california

The mixed-use building is 19,000 sf, built in 1930 as a facility to produce ice and cool citrus fruit while being stored prior to shipment on the adjacent railway. This is an authentic building with a sense of permanence, constructed of poured in place concrete, wood rafters, cork insulation, and steel and glass. Secoy has owned the property since 2004, and continues to create within the building. Prior to Secoy’s ownership, the building was used as an industrial facility for tire retreading. The building now hosts a variety of tenants; artists, architects, designers, inventors, and creators of all sorts. It weaves together historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and environmental responsibility, since the entire building, and many original components, have been recycled. We can walk to the City’s Plaza District, a pedestrian friendly commercial area. We are located within the Depot District, a 5 minute walk from the train depot, which encourages less dependency on the automobile.

This project has received the PCBC Gold Nugget Award in 2008, The OTPA Plaza City Award 2009, and has been published in Riviera Magazine, OC Home Magazine, Coast Magazine, The Orange County register, Trovata Catalogue, was featured on the Old Town Orange Home Tour, and hgtv.

icehouse commercial spaces

orange, california

The mixed-use building is 19,000 sf, built in 1930 as a facility to produce ice and cool citrus fruit while being stored prior to shipment on the adjacent railway. This is an authentic building with a sense of permanence, constructed of poured in place concrete, wood rafters, cork insulation, and steel and glass. Secoy has owned the property since 2004, and continues to create within the building. Prior to Secoy’s ownership, the building was used as an industrial facility for tire retreading. The building now hosts a variety of tenants; artists, architects, designers, inventors, and creators of all sorts. It weaves together historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and environmental responsibility, since the entire building, and many original components, have been recycled. We can walk to the City’s Plaza District, a pedestrian friendly commercial area. We are located within the Depot District, a 5 minute walk from the train depot, which encourages less dependency on the automobile.

This project has received the PCBC Gold Nugget Award in 2008, The OTPA Plaza City Award 2009, and has been published in Riviera Magazine, OC Home Magazine, Coast Magazine, The Orange County register, Trovata Catalogue, was featured on the Old Town Orange Home Tour, and hgtv.