Located in the Penn Quarter district, 600 Fifth Street NW comprises the complete repositioning and renovation of the existing eight-story building plus the addition of three new floors, creating unparalleled views across Judiciary Square to the US Capitol for tenants and visitors.
The high-performance office building fully meets post-COVID health and safety expectations and features state-of-the-art mechanical systems and generous exterior terrace work spaces. The building offers nearly 400,000 square feet of contiguous Class-A office space with 20,000 gsf of ground floor retail.
Designed with the users in mind, 600 Fifth holistically reimagines the entire city block. Maximizing natural light and access to fresh air, a series of verdant terraces step up across the building’s façade. At ground level, the public pedestrian experience has been enhanced with a thoughtfully landscaped urban park with a water feature. It is expected that this highly amenitized, next-generation office building will be at the intersection of business, entertainment and culture, and bring new energy and healthful vitality to the District.
Encompassing a full city block in downtown San Francisco between Market and Mission Street, the PG&E site comprises development components that include the 200 Mission office tower redevelopment, historic complex renovation and new 1.25-acre park to complete Hines’ vision. Upon completion, the reimagined projects will breathe new life into the entire transit-oriented block.
Inspired by the energy of downtown Omaha and the desire to contribute to its dynamic urban core, Mutual of Omaha is developing their new corporate headquarters tower on a prominent site immediately west of the recently reopened Gene Leahy Mall at the RiverFront. Upon completion, the next-generation 677-foot headquarters tower will be the tallest in Nebraska and in the surrounding states of Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, South Dakota and Wyoming.
The Joinery celebrates the inherent strength and natural benefits of mass timber design. As the first commercially available building in Silicon Valley to feature the low-carbon structural system, its design is a series of interlocking volumes with distinctive framed moments that create a healthy and inspired balance of immersive environments. Reminiscent of the end grain of a wood beam, the accentuated bays serve as a cross-section of the Joinery’s experience where people can gather, reflect, and connect with nature.