The Thoroughbred Building was built in 1927 and takes its name from the thoroughbred horse racing that took place nearby from 1817 through the early 1900s. Today the historic building offers multi-tenant, creative office space in a prime San Francisco East Bay location, between Oakland and Berkeley in Emeryville.
The unique building features open floor plans, exposed ceilings, clerestory windows, original conifer roof decks, plus a gym and outdoor recreation space in the private cobblestone-surfaced alley, which was the former race track’s final quarter mile. Abundant parking also is a perk with 230-plus spaces.
The Thoroughbred Building is situated minutes from the Bay Bridge and Interstate 80 on ramp, while BART is steps away, via the free Emery-Go-Round transit system. Restaurants, shops and other local amenities are within walking distance.
The property also is blocks from 1295 67th Street and five other Hackman-Capital- affiliate-owned properties in Emeryville’s Jelly Bean Square .
Vibrant Emeryville is home to a diverse mix of major corporations– including Pixar Animation, Bayer, Novartis, Clif Bar, Jamba Juice, Peet’s Coffee and Adobe-Systemsl.