Plans have been submitted seeking the approval a new life sciences project at 100 Marine Parkway in Redwood City. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of several office buildings into a high-end life sciences campus on 100 Marine Parkway, 1 Twin Dolphin Drive, and 3 Twin Dolphin Drive within the Redwood Shore. Prince Street Partners and Center Capital Partners are the project developers.
Construction has topped out for 353 Main Street, a residential infill by the freeway in Redwood City, San Mateo County. The project aims to add over a hundred affordable homes to the city’s housing market. Santa Clara-based ROEM Corporation is responsible for the development.
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.
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.
California has published the draft Environmental Impact Report for 1125 Arguello Street, a mixed-use office and housing project in Redwood City, San Mateo County. The plan calls to replace several low-rise commercial structures and asphalt with hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space, a few dozen units of affordable housing, and a childcare facility. Hines is responsible for the development.