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Kaiser Center
Kaiser Center

Dates: Built, 1960
Major renovation, repositioning, and lease up, 2004

Size: 913,000 sf - Class "A" office
28 stories
1,339 space parking structure

Location: Oakland, California

Major Tenants: BART, Regents of the University of California, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, California Bank & Trust, IBM, Bank of America

Description: Landmark Class "A" office tower, a masterpiece of contemporary architecture designed by renowned architect, Welton Becket

 

“The Kaiser Center project provided all the luxury and efficiency for Tier 1 corporate tenants without diminishing a classic masterpiece of mid-century high rise architecture.”
- jack L. mahoney, president
summit commercial properties
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The Kaiser Center was built by Henry J. Kaiser in 1960 as the world headquarters of Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. The building was purchased out of bankruptcy court by Summit Commercial in 2003 after the building had fallen into neglect and occupancy had fallen to 60%. Following extensive renovations, the building was fully restored to its previous beauty and stature as a major milestone in the history of architecture. The Kaiser Center was fully leased within two years of its acquisition by Summit Commercial.


* 2005 San Francisco Business Times Deal of the Year
Office Sale - Kaiser Center

* 2003 San Francisco Business Times Deal of the Year
Office Lease - BART at Kaiser Center

* 2003 San Francisco Business Times Deal of the Year
Office Sale - Kaiser Center



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