The Pacific Southwest Building
The Pacific Southwest Building is a historic building situated in Downtown Fresno. It is the tallest building between Los Angeles and San Francisco and was constructed using design and technology that were ahead of their time including the use of a concrete encased steel structure.
This impressive Neo Classical skyscraper was the most expensive building built in California between 1920 and 1930.
This landmark 16-story high rise was originally built in 1925. Upon acquisition in 2011, Khatchadourian brothers completed a comprehensive redevelopment including a complete building system upgrade and core renovation. In keeping with the building’s rich history, every effort was made to preserve and enhance its unique and elegant design while providing state-of-the-art amenities for today’s demanding tenants.
The building carries a designation as a Historically Significant Building and is listed on the Local Register of Historic Places.
Pacific Southwest Building is a mixed use community consisting of:
- Collaborative Workspace
- Traditional Offices
- Loft Living
- A Vault with a professional screening room and a game /conference room
- A Ballroom for special events, weddings and conferences
Below are some of the highlights of the building:
- Fresno’s premier business address
- Nationally recognized historic property
- Limousine Service
- Elegant Lobby
- Efficient floor space with tight center core
- Distinctive, creative finishes including concrete floors & ceilings and original brick walls
- Oversized windows offering breathtaking unobstructed views
- Potential for dedicated entrance
- Prominent branding opportunities: Top of the building signage, lobby signage
- State-of-the-art infrastructure
- Historic significance and design
- High speed fiber optic cabling
- 3 Elevators
- 24 hour access
- On-site property management
- Centrally located with easy access to Freeways
- Walking distance to downtown Fresno’s Cafés and Restaurants
- Located in the heart of the downtown district which the City of Fresno is currently thoroughly revitalizing