SP Menlo, LLC has submitted an application to construct a new eight-story residential apartment building with 105 dwelling units and a community serving retail space. The proposal would include a total of 14 residential units (15 percent) as below market rate (BMR) units, per the requirements of the City’s BMR Ordinance.
The Sobrato Organization is proposing to construct a new 249,500 square-foot, four-story office building and a new four-level parking structure with approximately 1,276 spaces at 162-164 Jefferson Drive. The project site contains two existing four-story office buildings to remain, each approximately 130,000 square feet in size. The total existing and proposed office development on the parcel would be approximately 510,000 square feet.
Proposed redevelopment of three parcels into a mixed-use project with medical office, residential and retail uses.
Tarlton Properties is proposing to construct a new approximately 120,000 square-foot, five-story research and development (R&D) building with a six-story parking structure integrated into the building. The project would include a 14,000 square-foot fitness center on the sixth level of the garage for Menlo Business Park employees and a 700 square-foot commercial space on the ground floor of the R&D building with an entrance off of a proposed pedestrian plaza.
Tarlton Properties is proposing to construct a new five-story approximately 260,000 square-foot research and development (R&D) building at 1350 Adams Court with a parking structure integrated into the building. The project site contains an existing R&D building, approximately 188,000 square feet in size. The total proposed development on the site would be 488,000 square feet.
Proposed demolition of an existing 28-room hotel and construction of a new 70-room hotel consisting of three stories and an underground parking level.
Stanford University is proposing construction of a new 39,510 square-foot office building at 2111-2121 Sand Hill Road, and annexation of the parcels at the site, including an existing office building and a single-family residence, into the City of Menlo Park.
Comprehensive redevelopment of the former Menlo Science and Technology Park with 440,000 square feet of retail, 1,500 housing units, a limited service hotel with 200-220 rooms, a culture/visitor center, 1,750,000 square feet of offices, and 18 acres of open space.