SAN DIEGO — Companies are moving from the suburbs to offices in Downtown San Diego, EMMES Realty Services of California’s customer-service manager Christine Takara tells GlobeSt.com.
SAN DIEGO — Downtown is going to the dogs.
The 18-story office tower at 707 Broadway that opened in 1962 as a bank headquarters is morphing into a techno-hub.
(San Diego, CA, July 17, 2015) – Emmes Realty Services has unveiled 30 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in its public parking garage at 707 Broadway (707) in downtown San Diego.
The themes of light, modern materials as well as upgraded technology guide you through the building lobby into its towering 7-story atrium space. Elevator lobbies, common areas and restrooms have all been upgraded. This renovation provides a unique tenant and visitor experience like no other downtown.
San Diego is the #1 city for startups and the 707 building is becoming a model for the workplace of the future. The innovation economy, led by tech and creative companies, needs an updated workplace to attract talent and grow successful companies. San Diego’s Fox5 news visited 707 to see the 30 new Electric Vehicle Charging stations that make up the largest concentration of EVCs in one public building in downtown.