Centennial Towers

Centennial Towers, Phase I, is a signature shaped tower in South San Francisco. Housing a retail concourse, 100-child day care facility, 200-seat performing arts center, office and administrative space, and a parking structure, the 12-story building sits on 48” diameter drilled piers on a hillside above the Bayshore Freeway. The façade features a steel and full unitized glass curtainwall, and a floating fin 6° off the rest of the building, which defines the dramatic form of the structure.

Centennial Towers, Phase I, won the California Construction Best Office Award of 2009.

PROJECT SIZE

340,000 sqft

ARCHITECT

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

LOCATION

South San Francisco, CA

CLIENT

Myers Development Company

YEAR COMPLETED

2009

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