1930 Broadway, Encinal Tower
Structure in general
residential condominium hotel shop(s)
- The developer has submitted three different plans to the city ranging from 44 floors at 603 feet high to 63 floors at 827 feet high.
- At 827 feet, this would become the second tallest building in the Bay Area after the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco.
- This project was originally envisioned as a new home for the University of California's systemwide offices, but has since developed into a more comprehensive project with additional space for a hotel, commercial offices, retail shops, and possibly condos.
- The developers intend to apply for LEED silver certification.
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