I. Magnin Building
The I. Magnin Building is a former I. Magnin department store in Oakland, California located at 2001 Broadway. It was built in 1931 and designed by architecture firm Weeks and Day. It housed the upscale department store until it closed in 1995. The building's green terra-cotta facade and art deco ornamentation make it a prominent landmark and a local visitor attraction.
The building's interior was completely renovated in 2000, and it now houses retail and office businesses. It had more than 92% occupancy as of 2013.
- Torres, Blanca (October 14, 2013). "Oakland's former I. Magnin building goes from almost empty to nearly full". San Francisco Business Times. Retrieved 1 December 2013.
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