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The 16 acre Menlo Gateway project is transforming a dated industrial complex into the new gateway to Silicon Valley. Developed by Bohannon Development Company in two phases, the first phase is anchored by Hotel Nia, an 11 story, hotel with 250 guest rooms. The corporate campus also features 20,000 sf of event space and an 8 story, 200,000 sf office building that is home to Facebook employees. 

To enhance the mixed use campus, the Watry team designed a 1,040 stall parking structure that will house a state of the art fitness center. The garage incorporates park on ramps, a valet speed ramp to the fourth level of the structure and photovoltaic panels. The developer is seeking LEED Gold certification. LEED points were achieved through project features such as a secure Class 1 bicycle parking facility, which includes lockers and showers for users who bike to work.

The second phase will feature 494,664 sf of office space supported by two parking structures with a total of 1,494 stalls.

Project Details

  • Owner: Bohannon Development Company
  • Design Architect: Heller Manus Architects
  • Project Status: Phase 1 completed 2018
  • Parking Stalls: 1,040
  • Levels: 7
  • Total Sq Ft: 307,900
  • Project Status: Phase 2 - Construction
  • Parking Stalls: 1,494 (2 structures)
  • Levels: 7
  • Total Sq Ft: 481,700 (2 structures)