The most iconic building in Oakland—the Tribune Tower, which was the tallest building in the city when they added the Venetian-style clock tower in 1923—is converting three floors into flex office space as part of a strategy to reinvent the 22-story building that was home of the Oakland Tribune.

Lee & Associates has announced a deal between Highbridge Equity Partners, which owns the tower, and Regus, a brand of Switzerland-based IWG, the largest global provider of flexible workspaces, to acquire tenants and manage flex space on floors six, seven and nine of the old newspaper building 409 13th Street in the center of Oakland.

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