Sacramento's 2020 Gateway Tower, the first privately-owned Class-A office building in the region to receive LEED® Gold certification, was awarded the Gold Nugget Award of Merit for best office/professional building.
The Gold Nugget Awards honor outstanding achievement and innovation in architectural design and land use planning for residential and commercial projects throughout the western United States.
"We are committed to building the best executive office space in the region," said Greg Kelly, general partner of Bannon Investors, Ltd. "2020 Gateway combines the most up-to-date and environmentally-sound design and technology. It is what we are known for and what our tenants count on."
The premier 12-story office building, is located five minutes from the state Capitol and 10 minutes from Sacramento International Airport.
It incorporates recycled, durable building materials and energy efficient systems and equipment that cost less to maintain resulting in reduced building costs that are passed on to tenants. State-of-the-art day-lighting (75 percent of the interior space has access to natural lighting), individual area temperature controls and no off-gas from carpets, paints and sealants, allow employers to realize increased employee productivity. Building top signage, on site property management with complete maintenance program, free parking and wi-fi access in common areas are some of the amenities that make 2020 Gateway one of the most sought after office spaces in the region.
Tom Aguer and Chad Cook of Aguer Havelock Associates, Inc. are the exclusive leasing agents for the building. 2020 Gateway was designed by LPAS Architecture + Design. The general contractor was Harbison-Mahony-Higgins Builders, Inc.