Construction is now in full swing for the life sciences development at 1450 Owens Street in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. The project crane has now been installed, preparing crews to build up the wedge-shaped parcel at the far-west edge of the dense neighborhood. Alexandria Real Estate Equities is responsible for the development.
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The preliminary project application will be reviewed today with the San Bruno City Council. The 44-acre masterplan led by Alexandria Real Estate Equities will reshape the existing BART-connected mall with new retail, homes, and a life science campus. The plans have been able to move ahead since Alexandria purchased the final necessary parcel of land in February of this year. The total cost for the 44-acre San Mateo County campus was just under $330 million.
Project plans for a life science campus have been approved for development at 100 East Grand Avenue in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project proposal includes the development of two ten-story buildings offering spaces for research and development. The campus will replace a series of commercial structures on the site. Alexandria Real Estate Equities is the project applicant. ZGF Architects is the designer.
New plans will be reviewed today for two ten-story R&D buildings at 100 East Grand Avenue in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project will replace low-slung commercial structures with modern new life science offices, further expanding the city’s burgeoning biotech industry. Alexandria Real Estate Equities is the project applicant.
Curtainwall installation has finished for 751 Gateway Boulevard, one of a few R&D offices rising in South San Francisco’s East Side neighborhood. The project has replaced a surface parking lot while expanding the existing Gateway Campus opened by the co-owners Alexandria Real Estate Equities and Boston Properties.