If all goes according to plan, next year Riverbed employees based in San Francisco will move to a newly renovated and spacious office building that will look something like this:
The 10-year, 168,000 square-foot lease at 680 Folsom Street (across the street from Canton Dim Sum) covers floors two through seven, each with a 15-foot tall slab-to-slab glass curtain wall and a 11-foot drop ceiling. Macys.com will occupy neighboring floors 8-14.
The glass line will start eight inches above each floor, according to Sean Donnelly, director of construction management at TMG Partners, the project developer. The entire wall design is unusual he said, and will create a heightened sense of space.
The structure that once housed SBC Communications will get a new glass skin that will be energy efficient, seismically sound, and capable of absorbing the frequency of traffic noise.
The rehabilitated building will have a new public plaza and three retail suites on the ground floor.
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