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Adobe North Tower Topped Out in Downtown San Jose

Adobe North Tower at 333 West San Fernando Street, design by GenslerAdobe North Tower at 333 West San Fernando Street, design by Gensler

Construction has reached the top floor as facade installation makes significant progress at 333 West San Fernando Street, in Downtown San Jose. The development is set to open the Adobe North Tower, expanding the international software company’s already significant office presence in the city center.

Adobe North tower topped out, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower topped out, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower topped out, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower topped out, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower topped out, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower topped out, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower facade close-up, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower facade close-up, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Adobe North tower, construction update by Andrew Campbell Nelson

The 18-story building will yield 1.3 million square feet, with 690,330 square feet for R&D offices, at least 2,700 square feet of retail, though city code permits 8,130 square feet, and 563,000 square feet for the on-site parking of 1,181 vehicles and 147 bicycles.

Adobe North Tower at 333 West San Fernando Street view from the sidewalk, design by Gensler

Adobe North Tower at 333 West San Fernando Street view from the sidewalk, design by Gensler

56,250 square feet of open space will be provided for the Adobe employees across the first, seventh, ninth, and top-level. Once complete, the building will be all-electric, enabling the firm the tap into San Jose’s renewable-powered energy grid.

Gensler is responsible for the design. The facade will be clad with aluminum fins, curtain wall glazing, perforated metal flats, and precast concrete panels. Installation of some concrete panels has already started along the east side of the podium. Curtain wall installation has not started yet.

333 West San Fernando Street pedestrian bridge, rendering by Gensler

333 West San Fernando Street pedestrian bridge, rendering by Gensler

The Adobe North Tower will be connected to the existing Adobe offices with a sky bridge when finished. The bridge will stretch from the new structure’s podium, topped with concrete pavers, wood seating, and native grass.

Construction started with the ceremonial groundbreaking of the surface parking lot in 2019. Completion is expected next year.

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2 Comments on "Adobe North Tower Topped Out in Downtown San Jose"

  1. It’s a shame downtown SJ is so close to the airport. Its skyline will never be able to achieve a unique identity.

    • Actually, it DOES already have a unique identity: the short stubby mesa-like skyline immediately identifies it as San Jose’s.

      Don’t get hung up on the skyline, the ground level activation is more important. Baltimore and Cleveland has better skylines than San Jose’s, but you’d have to pay me a million dollars per month to get me to live in those towns.

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