Bay Meadows Offices to Break GroundOct 23 2014 · 0 comments · NISHKIAN MENNINGER, Office / Corporate Campus, Uncategorized ·0
In the lot where the Bay Meadows race track once stood, a large mixed-use community is being built. On 83 acres of land, over 1,100 residential units, 18 acres of parks, a private high school, and a community garden have opened over the past few months. As more residential units continue to finish construction, and demand for space remains high, the developers decided now is the right time to start construction of the office buildings.
Station 4 is to be the largest of the multiple office buildings that will line Delaware Street in this new development located in San Mateo, California. Directly adjacent to the Hillsdale Caltrain station, developer Wilson Meany is confident that the location will bring many tenants. Designed by HOK Architects and engineered by Nishkian Menninger, the 210,000 square foot office building will be the first completed office building, with other buildings ready for construction as soon as possible. All together, the offices will bring 750,000 square feet of rentable office space to the community.
Nishkian Menninger is proud to be a part of this new neighborhood’s development. Throughout the years, the Nishkian team has played a large role in the development of the Bay Meadows site. Nishkian Menninger provided the structural designs for multiple buildings located on the practice track in 1999, including the Franklin Templeton office park.
To get more information on this community, and to find information about leasing, please visit the official site for Bay Meadows at the link below.