One Renaissance Square
|Alternative names||Ren Square|
40 North Central Avenue|
Tower 1: 1986 |
Tower 2: 1990
|Owner||Oaktree Capital Management & Cypress Office Properties|
|Management||Hines Interests Limited Partnership|
Tower 1: 105.77 m (347.0 ft) |
Tower 2: 113.39 m (372.0 ft)
Tower 1: - 26 |
Tower 2: 28
|Floor area||965,508 sq ft (89,698.6 m2)|
|Design and construction|
Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville |
Emery Roth & Sons
|Developer||Trammell Crow Company|
Renaissance Square is a high-rise complex located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The complex includes two towers: One Renaissance Square at 105.77 m (347.0 ft) with 26 floors, and Two Renaissance Square at 113.39 m (372.0 ft) with 28 floors. Although a part of the same complex, Tower 1 was completed in 1986 while Tower 2 was completed in 1990. Renaissance Square, which is composed of buildings which stand as the sixth- and twelfth-tallest buildings in Phoenix, is entirely an office complex. The two towers are connected by a skyway positioned halfway up the structures.
Ernst & Young has signage rights to Tower 1 while signage rights to Tower 2 are available. Ernst & Young's name and logo can be seen on the northeastern and southwestern elevations. Tower 2 signs are on the east and west elevation.
Developed by Trammell Crow Company, Renaissance Square was sold to the Pauls Corporation in 2005 for US$120 million. Subsequently in late 2007, the Pauls Corporation sold the complex to the Hines U.S. Core Office Fund for US$273 million. It was the second-largest commercial exchange in Phoenix in 2007. In December, 2016 Oaktree Capital Management & Cypress Office Properties purchased the towers from Hines for US$150 million. In late 2017 the project underwent over US$40 million in building renovations. Lee & Associates has the listing assignment to lease the project.
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- Two Renaissance Square at Emporis
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