Behind the scenes look at the California Academy of Sciences

A local video team from CBS Interactive went to the California Academy of Sciences to take a look at the at the green innovations inside, including the living roof that helps reduce energy use, a solar energy installation that cuts down on carbon emissions in the atmosphere, and a building management system that manages temperature and humidity throughout the building.

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As you may recall, Mihalovich Partners represented the California Academy of Sciences, negotiating the lease for their 204,000 square foot temporary home at 875 Howard Street—the largest lease in San Francisco in 2003 and probably the most complex, to date.

I’m proud to continue my relationship with the Academy at their new home in Golden Gate Park as a Green Building Guide stationed on the living roof. And I’m excited to see that the buzz surrounding their new green building has yet to subside.

Have you visited the Academy yet? We’d love hear about your experience there and how we can help you with your space needs.

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Join me to tour the new California Academy of Sciences’ Living Roof

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As you may recall, Mihalovich Partners represented the California Academy of Sciences, negotiating the lease for their 204,000 square foot temporary home at 875 Howard Street—the largest lease in San Francisco in 2003 and probably the most complex, to date. I’m now proud to continue my relationship with the Academy at their new home in Golden Gate Park as a Green Building Guide stationed on the living roof.

By now, I’m sure you’ve read all about the new building housing its four-story Rainforest, the Steinhart Aquarium, the fully digital Morrison Planetarium and the Kimball Natural History Museum all under one living roof. If you’ve yet to see it for yourself, let me be your guide.

I’ll be up on the roof on the 2nd Sunday (2:00 – 5:00 p.m.) and the 3rd Thursday (11:30 a.m. – 2:45 p.m) of each month. So drop by and let me give you a “tour” of the 2½ acre living roof. It really is a wonder of sustainable architecture and green practices.

Mihalovich Feeds CAL Bears 10% of ’08 Revenue

Helping Cal Roar

Helping Cal Roar

The State of California provides only 34% of UC Berkeley’s budget; the rest is left up to the CAL community. That is why Mihalovich Partners has committed to donate 10% of our gross commission income to CAL in 2008.

We have 25 years of experience advocating the interests of our tenant clients, protecting them in arduous negotiations with landlords and leveraging their good name and creditworthiness to create maximum economic and lease concessions from landlords. Our clients include the California Alumni Association; The California Academy of Sciences; The Bar Association of San Francisco; Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati and 35 other law firms.

We’d now like to put our years of experience to work for CAL!

Let’s make a date to get together to talk about the Cal Bears—and how choosing the most experienced broker can help your firm and our Alma Mater.

Go Bears!
Dan Mihalovich, ‘78 (Lair Staff ‘73–‘75, Cal Parent)