28-story, 523,507 SF Office Tower with 92,748 SF of Retail
The most prominent office tower of Manchester Pacific Gateway lies at the corner of Broadway Ave. and Pacific Hwy. Inspired by Rockefeller Center’s iconic office towers of the 1930’s, its vertical lines and floor to ceiling glass draw design influence from the art deco and international styles of this landmark project while providing a technology-forward smart building environment that will redefine downtown San Diego’s future workplace. Facing Broadway Green, this 28 story tower stands 400 feet tall and affords unobstructed sweeping views of the bay. Like Rock Center, the tower is topped by an observation deck and roof top lounge like no other in San Diego. In addressing the neighborhood’s urban design guidelines the tower steps back at the 4th, 9th and 25th floors providing opportunities for amenity decks for both private and shared use.
10-story, 188,012 SF Office Tower with 84,681 SF of Retail
The second largest office tower of Manchester Pacific Gateway will rise prominently on Harbor Drive directly across from the North Embarcadero Waterfront Park and the USS Midway Museum. With 30,000 SF of flexible floor plates, this Class-A building will provide larger tenants with leasing opportunities not available at any other downtown location, giving them the opportunity to consolidate on a single floor. This building takes its design inspiration from the historic Beaux-Arts Spanish Revival style of San Diego’s waterfront County Administration building located a short distance to the north of Pacific Gateway. Setbacks at the 4th and 8th floors provide for tenant amenity decks for both single and multi-tenant use. The uniqueness of this location guarantees office tenants the first and most likely last chance to secure a distinctive Harbor Drive business address with harbor views that will forever remain unobstructed.
7-story, 152,976 SF Office Tower with 144,547 SF of Retail
The 7-story building in Manchester Pacific Gateway anchors a prominent location where Harbor Drive meets the bay and bends to the North. Along this route, it will be the first impression announcing the entire project and is positioned atop a retail podium defining the south entrance to the Gateway Promenade. Its design strives to address both the Beaux-Arts inspired office building to the north and the Parisian-inspired luxury hotel to the east. Smaller boutique firms will be able to command a full or partial floor and have panoramic views of the bay stretching to the Coronado Bridge. The third floor will have direct access to an unparalleled roof top dining and gathering experience ensuring both convenience and elegance for the discerning clientele.