Join USGBC Northern California for a tour of the new 350 Mission Street building, which has achieved LEED Platinum for Core & Shell certification. The 30-story, 450,000-square-foot building incorporates sustainable elements into all aspects of the building design.
Located in the vibrant South of Market (SoMa) District of San Francisco, 350 Mission will be situated adjacent to the future Transbay Transit Center and Caltrans rail.
During this tour, a representative from Kilroy Realty Corporation will discuss how the space earned LEED Platinum for Core & Shell certification. The office component is 100 percent leased to Salesforce, and this will be the last chance to tour the space before the tenant moves in.
This event is approved by GBCI for 2 CE Hours. Attendees will need to self-report CE hours on usgbc.org.
GRESB, a standard for measuring the sustainability performance of real estate companies and funds, named Kilroy Realty Corporation the North American leader in sustainability for the past two consecutive years.
- Thirty-three percent energy savings over LEED baseline
- Reuse of stormwater in irrigation and domestic restrooms
- Underfloor HVAC
- Capability of using 100 percent outside air for cooling
- Destination-controlled elevator system
- Innovative structural system that reduced steel requirements by 1.2 million pounds and concrete by 600 truckloads
- Materials purchasing focused on recycled content, regional sourcing, and FSC wood
- Rigorous construction air quality management
- Electric car charging stations and Zipcar parking spaces
The project was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP and WSP Flack & Kurtz created the mechanical, electrical and plumbing design. Webcor Builders oversaw the construction of the project, and stok (formerly called Environmental Building Services) executed the commissioning work.