This three-story brick and timber structure, known as the "Kohler faucet building," was considered by many to be ground zero in the dot com/multimedia district in the late 1990s. In 1993 Wired magazine was founded in this building, along with many other early technology publications. The property was purchased in late 1996 as a vacant and dilapidated, unreinforced masonry building. Jeremy Kidson planned a complete restoration of the property that emphasized retaining and enhancing all of the property's historical character.
This expansive 21,000 SQ Ft building is the most recognizable structure on South Park. It features high ceilings, hardwood floors, huge windows, and exposed brick walls. Its ground floor is home to Blue Bottle Coffee and the rest of the building houses the world’s most prominent Tech Venture Capitalists.