City Square, formerly known as the Kent Plaza and Rosenzweig Center, comprises three high-rise office buildings at 3800 to 4000 Central Ave. totaling 736,000 square feet, a hotel, open-air retail plaza and 1,200-car parking garage.
It was built in the 1960s by Del Webb Corp. and designed by architectural firm Flatow, Moore, Bryan and Fairburn, according to the company.
In a joint venture with Washington, D.C.-based Iron Point Partners, BPGacquired the office park in 2019 for $45 million. Since purchasing the property, the companies have invested $12.9 million in renovations, including several million dollars in tenant improvements.
Upgrades to the property include tenant improvements, electric charging stations, new corridors, restrooms and lobbies, while existing amenities feature Wi-Fi, a gym, cafe, 156-room hotel owned by another company, retail spaces with a bank, hair salon and a new courtyard with a coffee kiosk retrofitted from a shipping container.