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Mesa Verde Center undergoes changes

Site of former Hollywood Video is now a three-tenant building.

August 30, 2010|By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com
  • The Mesa Verde Center on Harbor Boulevard.
The Mesa Verde Center on Harbor Boulevard. (SCOTT SMELTZER,…)

COSTA MESA — The site of a former Hollywood Video store, which before that was a Hamburger Hamlet diner, has undergone yet another transformation.

This time, instead of being reincarnated into another single-business storefront, the 7,600-square-foot property located in the Mesa Verde Center on Harbor Boulevard and Adams Avenue, has been remodeled into a three-tenant building, said Kathleen Green, marketing representative for the center.

The newly built glass, wood and concrete structure shares a parking lot with Vons, Fantastic Sams, Starbucks, Boston Market, Souplantation and other restaurants and retailers.

The fully remodeled building opened Aug. 1 with OC Eye Designs Optometry moving into the first tenant space of 2,800 square feet. Heading the practice is Dr. Alissa Wald, who has practiced in Costa Mesa since 1991.

A second space, at 3,500 square feet, will be occupied by Union Bank, which is expected to be open before the end of the year, according to Green.

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The last space, 1,200 square feet, is still available for lease.

The total leasable space of the Mesa Verde Center, which is owned by the C.J. Segerstrom & Sons, LLC, is 125,000 square feet.

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