Structure in general
- Exterior of glass and pink granite, burled mahogany paneling in elevators & lobby; bay windows at the top.
- Named after the elegantly restored 2,255-seat Copley Symphony Hall that opened in 1988 as part of the block bordered by Seventh and Eighth aves. and A and B sts.
- In 1992 when vacancy rates in downtown San Diego were 20% -- Symphony Towers was 97% leased.
- 1994 BOMA International Building of the Year.
- Part of a 1.2 million ft² complex which includes the Marriott Hotel.
- Top floor houses the exclusive University Club.
- Purchased by The Irvine Company in March 2003 for $134 million.
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700 B Street
750 B Street
Also recorded for this building:
Structural engineering, Owner, Heating installation, Light engineering
Features & Amenities
- Helipad is available