One Ferry Building - San Francisco, CA 94111
The historic Ferry Building was built in 1898, drawing influence from the Beaux Arts aesthetics favored at that time. The unique multi-use project that was restored in 2003, includes 175,000 square feet of Class A office space and 65,000 square feet of retail.
BUILDING SIZE 275,989 sq. ft.
ARCHITECT SMWM, Baldauf Catton Von Eckartsberg, Page & Turnbull
MAJOR TENANTS Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass, Stone & Youngberg
3055 OAK ROAD - WALNUT CREEK, CA 94597
Station Landing is a six-story LEED Gold building in the Contra Costa Centre Transit Village. This project was a build-to-suit for the California State Automobile Association and was developed by CA Station Landing Development Company – a joint venture between Equity Office and Harvest Properties.
The project was completed in July 2009 and was designed to achieve a LEED Gold rating, which stipulates usage of over 40% less water and 17.5% less energy than a standard building of similar size, in addition to a number of other standards. During construction, over 75% of the waste was diverted from landfills, and the amount of recycled material used in construction was significantly increased. Additionally, the building will purchase a portion of its power from renewable sources
BUILDING SIZE 255,088 sq. ft., with a 763-stall above-grade parking structure
ARCHITECT Korth Sunseri Hagey Architects
MAJOR TENANTS California State Automobile Association (CSAA)
202213 AND 22309 30TH DRIVE SE - BOTHELL, WA 98021
Located at the highest point of an 11-acre campus in the rolling hills northwest of downtown Seattle, the view is beautiful, scenic, and very impressive. Never was there a better name for a development.
The design of Canyon Pointe campus is a departure from the traditional office development, with water features, a public picnic area next to an adjacent wetland, and access to the outdoors through pedestrian trails.
Similarly, the structures themselves eschew convention. A series of internally lit monoliths tie together the exterior and interior portions of the entry lobbies. Roof decks and curved curtain walls on the view-sides let tenants take in the setting sun at the end of the workday.
Canyon Pointe features 14'-6" floor-to-floor heights with abundant natural light, designed to accommodate both office and laboratory uses– not to mention long-term flexibility for present and future tenants. Third-floor sun visors help keep the buildings cool in warmer months.
Canyon Pointe was named Development of the Year (for projects less than 250,000 s.f.) by the State Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) in 2008.
BUILDING SIZE 180,000 sq. ft
MAJOR TENANTS T-Mobile
Willow Creek Corporate Center
BUILDING G - REDMOND, WA 98052
A classic example of repositioning a building to meet the needs of today’s tenants, Equity Office transformed what was originally a high-tech manufacturer’s corporate headquarters into a flexible and marketable office property.
Moreover, Willow Creek Building G demonstrates our strong commitment to recycling and environmental sustainability.
Instead of rebuilding from scratch, the existing structure was ingeniously re-invented. The building’s wood siding was deteriorating, the mechanical systems were antiquated and the windows were failing. Large, square floor plates meant the building’s center was starved for natural light, which today’s performance-oriented offices demand. To solve these problems, the original windows were made taller and wrapped around formerly opaque corners. The latest in high-performance clear glazing was used in conjunction with thermally broken frames. Existing drop ceilings were removed, which not only allowed more light to penetrate, but also created a more spacious environment.
Willow Creek Corporate Center Building G was named Redevelopment of the Year by the State Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) in 2007.
BUILDING SIZE 98,000 sq. ft.
ARCHITECT Webber + Thompson
MAJOR TENANTS Microsoft
1095 Avenue of the Americas
1095 ave of the americas - new york, ny 10036
Poised on the western side New York’s beloved Bryant Park, 1095 Avenue of the Americas sits at the corner of 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue. After a successful three year, $300 Million renovation, the former Verizon phone company central office has been transformed into a Class-A office tower, and is now home to MetLife's global headquarters. The building is conveniently located between three major transportation hubs: Port Authority, the Times Square Subway Station and Grand Central Station. The 42-story tower features more than 1,000,000 SF of office space.
BUILDING SIZE 1,062,472 sq. ft.
ARCHITECT Moed de Armas and Shannon, Gensler
MAJOR TENANTS MetLife