Category: 2600 Capitol

2600 Capitol – the first LEED Silver Certified private sector office building in Midtown Sacramento.

The Real Value of LEED

Sacramento Business Journal

Melanie Turner

September 3, 2010

When it comes to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified office buildings, benefits such as energy and water saving can be measured. [Read more]

The prestige of being ‘prudent’

2600-capitol-night-professional-picBy Michael Shaw and Kathy Robertson
Sacramento Business Journal

An office on Capitol Mall still conveys power and authority for many of the city’s largest law firms, but one firm is looking for a different feel in greener confines in midtown Sacramento.

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, the region’s 12th -largest law firm, is leaving the Wells Fargo Tower at 400 Capitol Mall where is has been for 15 years after signing a long-term least at 2600 Capitol. The new environmentally friendly building is in a neighborhood of mature trees and Victorian homes.

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Bob Shallit: Green Turns Gold

By Bob Shallit
Sacramento Bee

A Sacramento development company is celebrating a rare honor: Gold LEED designation for its midtown office complex.

The certification – earned for green buildings with high levels of energy savings and water conservation – was awarded this week for the 55,000-square-foot project at 2600 Capitol Avenue.

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Real Estate Projects 2008 Judges’ Choice: 2600 Capitol

By Robert Celaschi
Sacramento Business Journal

LoftWorks LLC listened to both the real estate market and the neighborhood in developing the office building at 2600 Capitol Ave.

The result, said the judges, is a four-story structure of mostly glass and steel that fits well into an area dominated by wooden homes built early in the 20th century.

“You would think a contemporary office building would feel out of place in that setting,” judge Tyler Babcock said. Instead, the building looks like it has been part of the neighborhood for a long time.

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