We’re Getting Organized for a Big Move!

California Closets New Showroom and HQ in Berkeley

We're Moving!

We’re excited to announce that our corporate headquarters is moving to a new home at 1716 Fourth Street in Berkeley, California in May 2011!

This 30,000 sq. ft. building will be the flagship location for California Closets, featuring a high-end retail showroom in one of the most popular fashion and shopping destinations in the Bay Area. Our neighbors include sought-after brands such as CB2, Restoration Hardware, Anthropologie, and coming soon, the Apple Store.

Our showroom will inspire customers with stunning designs, including a modern and sleek Virtuoso system, a classic walk-in closet, two garage storagedesigns, a wine bar, and a home library, to name just a few. Clients will be able to explore a variety of finishes and accessories to suit their unique needs.

More than a showroom, our new headquarters will also serve as a product manufacturing and distribution point that will serve all of our San Francisco, North and East Bay, Sacramento and Fresno customers. Our custom closets will be manufactured in this 17,500 sq. ft. shop on the premises.

We’re also incorporating energy efficiency and waste reduction features in our new building, including recycling demolition materials, incorporating passive lighting, and installing a full kitchen with energy-efficient dishwasher and reusable kitchen supplies. California Closets employees will also receive personalized to-go mugs and water bottles to reduce disposable waste.

As we build out the location from now until our big move in May, we’ll be sharing photos on our blog and Facebook page. You can see the bare bones of the new headquarters in our photo gallery. These are the “before” pictures – stay tuned for the “afters”!

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3 Responses to “We’re Getting Organized for a Big Move!”

  1. Kristi

    How exciting and so close to your home, Lois! All the best in the newest digs.

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