This building, formerly the W. Prussia Building, is a historical landmark in downtown San Jose. It was designed in the 1920s by a then-prominent local architect named W.H. Weeks of the firm Weeks & Day. The office space used to be carved up into 18 studio apartments, with low ceilings and a maze-like network of hallways. Our adaptive reuse project was completed from the ground up, with our headquarters sitting on the top floor, additional office space on the second floor, and the SoFA Market on the first floor.
Community, sustainability, and transformation are our firm’s core values, and our headquarters express these perfectly. We are able to play an active role in reviving this vibrant community.
Formerly the W. Prussia Building
Historical landmark in downtown San Jose
Aedis headquarters on top floor