Facade installation is nearly complete for the San Jose State University’s Interdisciplinary Science Building by Downtown San Jose. The eight-story building, dubbed the ISB, has replaced three older structures across the campus, centralizing facilities for several science disciplines. Flad is the project architect.
The South San Francisco planning commission will review expanded plans for Gateway of Pacific phase four tonight. The three-structure phase, to be addressed as 900 Gateway Boulevard, will be the penultimate portion of a development that has already had a significant contribution to the South City East Side skyline in the north of San Mateo County. The developer, BioMed Realty, has proposed to increase the North Building from five to nine stories tall.
Plans for a new life science building at 210 Adrian Court in Millbrae is scheduled for review by the city’s planning commission on Monday, May 16th. A new rendering has been revealed for the six-story project, set to rise directly across from the nearby BART Station, end of the line in San Mateo County. Longfellow Real Estate Partners is responsible for the application.
Construction is wrapping up for the third of five phases on Gateway of Pacific in South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The project aims to complete with 2.2 million square feet in a laboratory and office campus across 31.5 acres of the city’s office-dominated East Side neighborhood. BioMed Realty, a Blackstone portfolio company, is responsible for the development.
Development plans have been approved for constructing the BioMed Emeryville Center of Innovation at 5300 Chiron Way, Emeryville. The project proposal includes the demolition of two existing buildings and surface parking and the construction of four new multi-tenant research and development buildings as a part of the implementation of the Emeryville Life Sciences Center Planned Unit Development (PUD), also referred to as The Chiron.