30
January
2012
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04:36 PM
America/Los_Angeles

Bay Meadows Urban Office Campus Opens Up Massive Space

San Francisco is straining to accomodate demand from large and small tech companies but not far down the road a massive new office space has just opened up.


Bay Meadows has announced that it is accepting leases for a planned 1.5 million square feet of office space. Here are the details:

Bay Meadows Station currently is designed to include five Class A buildings on the forefront of creative design with traditional undertones. With opportunity of up to 1.5 million rentable square feet (RSF) of office and retail space,

Bay Meadows Station is the largest new, Class A development on the San Francisco Peninsula. Each building adheres to sustainable building practices and will be LEED Gold. Architect group Hellmut Obata + Kassabaum created a unique identity for each building, crafted from a rich combination of textures, using glass, concrete and mixed metals.

The five buildings, which could be available as soon as early-2014, are on Delaware Street, and range from 95,000 RSF to 185,000 RSF. Station 2 (175,000 RSF) – an L-shaped structure with of two rectangular wings and large floorplates – stands out with the largest amount of retail space on its ground floor.

The largest building, Station 4 (185,000 RSF), provides an iconic “fourth wall” to Bay Meadows’ town square via its unique curved façade. It features retail space on its ground floor, as well as an engaging pedestrian path to and from the CalTrain Hillsdale Station.


It's a great location in that it's easy to get to Palo Alto and San Francisco.