The San Francisco Business Times is reporting that Stanford Health Care has signed a lease at the Wareham Development EmeryStation Greenway building on Hollis, a block from their Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital that they moved into in 2013. Also, Holliday Development has debuted a website for their newly named “The Intersection” project (formerly “Maz”) on 3800 San Pablo Ave. The project is slated to break ground in March/April (pending tomorrow’s 5pm residential development “moratorium” meeting of course).
Stanford Health Care is said to have signed big Emeryville lease
Stanford University’s medical arm will expand its reach farther into Emeryville, likely growing into about 90,000 square feet in a new vacant building that is a block away from its pediatric clinic.
Stanford Health Care spokesman James Larkin confirmed that it recently signed a lease for medical office space in Emeryville, but wouldn’t say where. Several East Bay brokers not involved in the deal said Stanford had signed a lease at the Greenway Building at 5800 Hollis St., which was built by Wareham Development and is part of the 2.5 million-square-foot research campus called EmeryStation.
“Our goal is to improve patient access to Stanford Health Care’s primary and specialty care, diagnostic and procedural services in that area and we anticipate the build-out will take approximately two years,” Larkin said.
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Rick Holliday, the rock star of rehab projects
PRESS RELEASE: The Intersection involves the rehabilitation of the historic Maz Building into a vibrant commercial center that anchors the intersecting streets of San Pablo Ave, Adeline St., West MacArthur Blvd, and 39th St. on the borders of West Oakland and Emeryville. It includes 105 residential apartments, 25,000 square feet of commercial space, and residential and commercial parking.
Located in the core of a transit district, residents will benefit from the development’s innovative bike friendly design and access to public transit, which hosts a stop for several transit lines serving Oakland and Emeryville offers residents free bus passes, and is a short walk to MacArthur BART Station. Car sharing pods and electric car charging stations will be available to residents and visitors.
The Intersection green features include solar PV to power the commercial space and solar-assisted heating and hot water for the residential units. A new rain garden and public park is being constructed along West MacArthur Boulevard” adjacent to the Intersection, which will add the appeal of a great sunny public space while providing an additional green feature that filters and recycles rain water.
For over 20 years, Holliday Development has been a pioneer of urban development – Similar to all Holliday Development projects, The Intersection will have a long-term impact on its tenants and residents, but more importantly on the neighborhood and surrounding community.
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