Truckee’s executive building, the Phoenix, welcomes first tenant
The Phoenix Executive Building in Truckee, the town’s premier professional office building, is completed and ready for tenancy at 12277 Soaring Way. Constructed by Geney Gassiot, the Phoenix welcomed its first tenant, Adam Fisher Construction.
Adam Fischer owns Adam Fischer Construction in Tahoe and is currently building a custom home in Martis Camp, designed by MWA Architects. He also owns a tree cutting service that services the foothills and the Lake Tahoe Area. According to Mr. Fischer, he “expanded into the Phoenix Executive Building due to its fantastic location in Truckee. The building’s construction and finishes are top notch, on par with what I’d like my clients to see. Also, the building’s shower and locker room area is a great amenity that will allow me to work out during the day in between client meetings.”
The Phoenix Executive Building is a LEED Certified building, the first of its kind in the area. The property owners, Terry and Bev Rust, Truckee residents, wanted to create the finest professional office space with the least possible impact to the environment. They hired special consultants to help them achieve the LEED Silver Certification. Bike racks at the entrances and a private shower facility encourage bicycle commutes. Many custom finishes complement the building, such as special order lights from Steve Lopes, slate floors and an interior masonry wall that spans two stories.
The building’s leasing agent, Katie Morrison of North Tahoe Commercial, is very excited about the project. “It’s a truly unique project for Truckee. The architect did a fantastic job designing windows into the spaces and the result is executive, private offices just about everywhere,” said Morrison. “It is a truly first class, full service project.” The building can accommodate approximately 20,000 sf of rentable space.
Parties interested in leasing opportunities at The Phoenix Executive Building may contact Ms. Morrison at 582-4623.
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