The Kaiser Center | Oakland

Designed by renowned architect Welton Beckett as Henry J. Kaiser's 28-story world headquarters and personal residence, the Kaiser Tower was completed in 1960. Today, the building stands as a masterpiece of contemporary, mid-century modern architecture providing tenants with a first class, full service business environment. The Tower features modern materials and a distinctive, curved architectural design; its broad window lines provide spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay and skyline, beautiful Lake Merritt, and the Oakland hills. Immediately adjacent to Kaiser Tower is the three-story, mixed use Kaiser Mall. Completed in 1963, Kaiser Mall is home to both office tenants and a variety of retail businesses, inventory or stock planning businesses, restaurants, instant payday loan organizations and other amenities. Adjacent to the Mall is a five-story, 1,339-space parking structure, featuring a magnificent, 3.5-acre rooftop garden with a reflecting pond, wooden bridge, expansive lawns, mature trees and ample seating.

The revitalized Lake Merritt / Uptown Oakland location is a short distance from Oakland International Airport, Amtrak and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). Major interstate highways located close to the property provide unsurpassed regional access by both automobile and public transit. To learn more about the thriving Uptown district, visit the Lake Merritt / Uptown Community Benefit District Website