The 4900 California Avenue Center is located at the Cal Twin Towers building in the heart of the Bakersfield business district. The property has benefited from a lighting and mechanical upgrade to reduce energy consumption. It sits in pleasant landscaped grounds. Bakersfield is one of the fastest growing cities in California, a state with a GDP that's larger than all but eight countries in the world. The city's economy relies on agriculture, petroleum extraction and refining, and manufacturing, so many companies are headquartered here. Bakersfield also has a growing manufacturing and distribution sector. Inexpensive land and access to international sea ports and airports, plus local tax incentives make it attractive to business. Products manufactured in the city include ice cream (world's largest ice cream plant), central vacuums, highway paint, and stock racing cars. The cities of Los Angeles and Fresno are about 100 miles away.