San Francisco, CA
Berkeley's David Brower Center includes a LEEDR Platinum office building, a conference center and auditorium for environmental non-profits, a restaurant, and a gallery. It is part of a larger mixed-use complex that includes Oxford Plaza, 97 units of low income family housing over a block of commercial space and a city parking garage.
The David Brower Center is a nationally recognized, permanent home for environmental and social change. The Center's upper three floors include 29,000 square feet of office space for tenants working in the environmental and social sectors, including a wide and innovative range of green technologies and sustainable building practices. In addition to high performance sustainable buildings, this complex provides a powerful symbolic presence for the Northern California environmental movement, and creates a coherent edge to downtown Berkeley where it meets the U.C. campus
Location: Berkeley, CA, US