Chamber Building - San Diego, California« back to Our Projects
173,000 square feet of Class B Office, 23 floors, with underground parking garage
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Constructed in 1963 and headquarters to the San Diego Chamber of Commerce until 1990, this building was once hailed as the tallest high-rise office building in California. It has 257 parking spaces on eight levels: two below grade and six above.
In 2002, the multitenant building was honored by BOMA as the Building Owners and Managers Association’s Renovated Office Building of the Year. It also received BOMA’s award as The Office Building of the Year “TOBY” Award in 2000 and 1990 for buildings of its size.
The Chamber Building offers superb freeway access. Downtown is a popular location for law firms and other professional firms who require close proximity to courts and other civic offices. Just north of the building within a 10-minute drive is the San Diego Airport. The Building offers views of the beautiful San Diego Harbor. Click here to view a map of the area »
Barker Pacific Group acquired the project in May 2003 and renovated the public area finishes and facility systems.
Base building upgrade 2003–2004. Originally constructed in 1963. Sold by BPG in 2006.
Barker Pacific Group and PNC Real Estate Advisors.