The South San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to meet tomorrow evening to discuss plans for Southline, a $1 Billion 28.5-acre commercial development in San Mateo County by the San Bruno BART station. City staff recommends that the commission approve the project, led by Menlo Park-based real estate developer Lane Partners with investment from Goldman Sachs.
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The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for the five-story research and development proposal at 1350 Adams Court in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The publication starts a roughly six-week period where city staff is soliciting public comments on the draft report for the life sciences project. Tarlton Properties is the project developer.
Presidio Bay Ventures, a leading Bay Area commercial real estate development firm, has announced plans to construct a Research & Development and Life Sciences building at 777 Industrial Road in San Carlos. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of the former Primo Honda San Carlos dealership into a four-story research campus. Stanton Architecture and DES Architects & Engineers have partnered up to design the project.
The Mitigated Negative Declaration report has been filed, pushing forward plans for a new life sciences project at 580 Dubuque Avenue in The East Side neighborhood of South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The application, filed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), shows no significant environmental impact from the proposal. IQHQ, a Real Estate Investment Trust, is sponsoring the project via South City Ventures, LLC.
The Environmental Impact Report has been published for a proposed research and development office in Foster City, San Mateo County. Located at 388 Vintage Park, construction will replace a single-story structure and surface parking with 120,000 square feet of office space. The application, called TheLab Foster City, is led by a joint venture between SteelWave and Helios Real Estate Partners.