New 19-story building with four levels of underground parking, followed by a lobby, three levels of stacker parking (convertible to future office space), and 15 levels of Class A flexible work space on large (avg. 54,000 sq. ft.) floorplates. Building also contains a fitness center and 22,400 sq. ft. of outdoor terraces (three per floor), as well as 2,000 sq. ft. of retail space. Total office rentable square footage is 937,000. Total parking square footage is 427,682 sq. ft. with 1,755 spaces. BIM. Self-perform formwork and place/finish of vertical concrete, rough carpentry. Design-build MEPF and exterior skin. LEED Gold.
The design and development of 200 Park prioritizes the health and well-being of building occupants. Measures have been taken to ensure upgraded ventilation and air filtration systems, touchless circulation and fixtures, access to outdoor work space on every floor and an onsite fitness center. Cutting-edge light canyons carved into the structure ensure every floor feels bright and airy. Enhanced access to natural light makes the building more sustainable and energy-efficient and provides a myriad of corner spatial opportunities for innovative space makers. Natural daylight and fresh air can also be enjoyed on one of several outdoor terraces. With these features 200 Park will achieve Fitwel certification.
200 Park is the first project in California to use the SpeedCore hybrid core system. See SpeedCore News and Videos below.
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In The News April 12, 2021
Silicon Valley Mid-Rise Marks Second Deployment for Rebar-Free SpeedCoreSource: Concrete Products
Press Releases April 1, 2021
Level 10 Construction’s 200 Park High-Rise Begins Using SpeedCore: 2nd project in the U.S. to use the structural core systemSource: Level 10 Construction
In The News March 15, 2021
San Jose’s Park Avenue Revamp Should Start to Take Shape in 2023Source: Silicon Valley Business Journal
Awards and Rankings March 12, 2021
Top of the List: Downtown Dominates SJ’s Top ProjectsSource: Silicon Valley Business Journal
In The News March 12, 2021
Up and Down the Avenue: 200 Park and City View featured in “Future of Downtown San Jose” lead articleSource: Silicon Valley Business Journal
In The News March 3, 2021
Core ValueSource: Modern Steel Construction
Company Info March 2, 2021
200 Park Team Installs SpeedCore System Mock-UpSource: Level 10 Construction
Company Info July 9, 2020
Level 10 Increases Footprint in San JoseSource: Level 10 Construction
Awards and Rankings May 11, 2020
Level 10 Ranked #9 Largest GC in the Greater Bay AreaSource: San Francisco Business Times
Awards and Rankings March 30, 2020
Level 10 Ranked #5 Largest GC in Silicon ValleySource: Silicon Valley Business Journal
In The News November 13, 2019
Exclusive: New downtown San Jose office tower will be first in California to use time-saving structural systemSource: Silicon Valley Business Journal
Press Releases October 28, 2019
Level 10 San Jose Project to Speed Delivery with New Hybrid Core SystemSource: Level 10 Construction
Articles October 23, 2019
November marks official start for downtown San Jose office tower 200 Park Ave.Source: San Jose Mercury News
Articles October 4, 2019
New Office Tower Gets Underway in Downtown San JoseSource: San Jose Mercury News
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New 23-story mixed-use high-rise in downtown San Diego.
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New 683,868-sq.-ft. tower is the safest on the West Coast.