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YouTube HQ Expansion aerial view, design by SHoP Architects

SHoP-Designed Youtube HQ Construction Underway in San Bruno, San Mateo County

Excavation work is wrapping up for the first phase of the new Youtube Headquarters in San Bruno, San Mateo County. A corner facade mock-up has been delivered on-site, showing off the SHoP Architects-designed black integrated metal louver system that will wrap around the mass-timber framework in the new offices. San Francisco-based Ellis Partners is the development manager.

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Redwood LIFE: Evolve aerial view during Phase 1 between N1 and N2 looking at N3, rendering by HOK

Longfellow Plans 84-Acre Office Park Modernization at Redwood City Shores

Longfellow Real Estate Partners has submitted the project application for an expansive 84-acre office park modernization project in Redwood City, San Mateo County. The project, named Redwood LIFE: Evolve, will reshape the 1990s-era complex with taller office buildings, minimal surface parking, and a heavy emphasis on landscaping and community amenities. HOK is responsible for the design.

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Sequoia Station aerial perspective, rendering courtesy HOK

Lowe Buys Land for Sequoia Station Redevelopment, Redwood City

Development plans are moving forward for Sequoia Station, a six-structure mixed-use proposal to reshape the downtown of San Mateo County’s third-largest city. The Los Angeles-based private real estate company, Lowe, has spent $73 million acquiring the second half of the block around 1057 El Camino Real in Redwood City. The firm looks to construct three million square feet of housing and offices, parking, and public open space.

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Sequoia Station

Updated Plans Submitted For a Mixed-Use Project At 1057 El Camino Real In Redwood City

Newly updated plans have been submitted seeking the approval of a mixed-use project at 1057 El Camino Real in Redwood City. The project proposal includes developing a strip mall into a transit village featuring new homes, commercial space, and public open space. Lowe and Eden Housing is the project applicant and developer. Current property owners Safeway and Regency Centers Corporation are also stakeholders in the project. Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc (HOK) is managing the design concept and construction.

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