Three Sixty Residences

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Three Sixty Residences
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Alternative names 360 Residences
The Heritage
The Californian
General information
Status Complete
Type Rental apartments
Architectural style Modernism
Location 360 South Market Street
San Jose, California
Coordinates 37°19′48″N121°53′12″W / 37.33°N 121.8866°W / 37.33; -121.8866 Coordinates: 37°19′48″N121°53′12″W / 37.33°N 121.8866°W / 37.33; -121.8866
Construction started 2006
Completed 2009
Roof 82.18 m (269.6 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 23
Design and construction
Architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Other information
Number of units 213
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Three Sixty Residences is a 22-storey, 82.18 m (269.6 ft) residential skyscraper in downtown San Jose, California. It is the fourth tallest building in the city. Originally built to be a condominium tower, the vacant Three Sixty was converted to luxury rental apartment units in 2010 after the down-turn in local real estate market. [3]

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