200 Park

Located in San Jose’s urban core, 200 Park is designed as a gateway to the City’s revitalized downtown and the planned Diridon Station, providing an elaborate combination of outdoor terraces and an intricately landscaped pedestrian-oriented site. 200 Park is a milestone workspace project within San Jose’s planned downtown redevelopment that will present an impactful and visual expression of a welcoming and vibrant work-life community.

Designed as a tech-oriented development, the project will connect the proposed Diridon Station and San Jose’s central downtown urban core. The 19-story tower includes 965K SF of rentable space along with expansion opportunities, 22,400 SF of outdoor terraces and landscaping, a 19,300 SF Fitness Center, 4-story underground parking garage, and extensive indoor and outdoor connections that provide natural lighting throughout the high-rise. The project is targeting LEED Gold and will feature Solar PV arrays, a high-efficiency central plant, and EV charging stations.

K+W provided off-site street improvement design as part of the City of San Jose’s vision to transform Park Avenue from a vehicular boulevard to a pedestrian-friendly garden street. K+W led the efforts on relocating the public utility systems (storm, sewer, and water mains) to fit within the newly reduced street area. The existing street was +/- 90’ wide and was reduced to 22’.

K+W developed creative solutions to reduce the number of utilities and provided an overall plan that successfully met future development needs while adhering to city requirements. K+W’s supportive civil design fronting the 200 Park building prioritized the curb-less, landscape-forward vision for the surrounding streets providing an integrated approach that directly supports the adjacent new developments and the broader vision for San Jose’s downtown revitalization.

 

Project Location

200 Park
San Jose, CA

Market Sectors
  • Office
  • Downtown San Jose Projects
Image Credits

Gensler

Recognitions
  • 19-Story Gateway Office Tower
  • Increased Pedestrian-Friendly Design
  • High-Efficiency Central Plant
  • Public Utility Relocation in tightly constrained space
  • LEED Gold Targeted