Pleasanton Corporate Commons (PCC), a LEED® Platinum certified, ENERGY STAR® rated, 600,000 square-foot premier Class “A” suburban office campus, is comprised of four, architecturally distinctive, five-story office buildings. Designed by the renowned architectural firm, Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK), construction on PCC was completed in 2001. PCC’s onsite property management is run by Hines.
Located in Northern California’s Tri-Valley area, approximately 35 miles east of downtown San Francisco, PCC is situated at the crossroads of Interstate 580 and 680 freeways, adjacent to the 1.2 million square-foot Stoneridge Mall anchored by Nordstrom and Macy’s, and less than one mile from the West Dublin/Pleasanton BART station.
In 2013, PCC received Platinum certification in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Existing Building (LEED-EB) program, sponsored by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the nations’ leading non-profit authority for green buildings. PCC was the first multi-tenant campus to achieve LEED Silver certification in Northern California (2008) and the first LEED Platinum EB in the East Bay Area (2013).
In addition to LEED certification, PCC was awarded "The Outstanding Building of the Year" (TOBY) in 2011 by BOMA International. In 2014, PCC received a BOMA-SF Innovative Earth Award, and in 2012 received 3rd place for the BOMA-SF Earth Award. PCC is ENERGY STAR® rated and has been recognized locally for its green efforts with a “Stop Waste Partnership Award” by the Alameda County Waste Management Authority & Source Reduction and Recycling Board and as a “Certified Green Business” by the Alameda County Green Business Program.
These awards equate to lower operating expenses for the building and tenants through energy and water conservation and higher productivity due to better indoor environmental quality. The campus is currently exploring the installation of a solar energy system to offset electrical costs.
Welcome to Pleasanton Corporate Commons.