Commercial Space Available

The City of Laguna Niguel has partnered with GCR Marketing and local commercial brokers to identify available commercial space in the City that can assist businesses that would like to locate in the City of Laguna Niguel. Click on the property types below to view current vacancies in the City. Search by a variety of criteria, including address, center, size and price. The detail page provides leasing information, photos and broker contact information. The information is continually updated  and is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Contact a local commercial broker for the most current information.  

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Before Signing a Lease

Some properties and locations may be limited to certain types of business and uses due to zoning and/or parking constraints.  Please contact the City of Laguna Niguel Planning Division at or by calling (949) 362-4360 to ensure that the intended use is allowed and to identify any additional permitting requirements before signing a lease.

For more information about this service or to have your property listed, please contact Greg Reuel at

Rent Basis

Designates what operating expenses are included and excluded in the rent. The most common rent bases are:

  • Full Service (FS): All costs of operation are paid by the landlord up to a base year. Tenant pays increases in operating expenses over the base year.
  • Triple Net (NNN): All costs of operation including, but not limited to, real estate taxes, insurance and common area maintenance are borne by the tenant on a pro rata basis.
  • Modified Gross (MG): any arrangement whereby the tenant pays one or more of the expenses covered by the landlord in a Full Service lease, but not all of the expenses as in a Triple Net lease. Modified Gross leases cover a range of lease types and terminologies used in various markets around the nation. Some of the more common are Industrial Gross, Single Net and Double Net. The definitions of these bases vary from market to market depending on the expenses they include or exclude.  
  • Net of Electric: A popular form of Modified Gross, this is like a Full Service lease, but the tenant pays for his or her electric charges either to the utility company (according to a meter) or to the landlord on a pro rata basis.