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Sustainably-Designed TOD Rolls into Menlo Park

Alma Station, a Class A office building in Menlo Park, CA, is now completed and is set to be fully occupied by employees of Eric and Wendy Schmidt’s philanthropic and family offices. Located at 1010 Alma St., adjacent to the Menlo Park Caltrain station, the 25,000-square-foot, three-story building features two levels of underground parking and a ground-level retail space that will be occupied by Saint Frank Coffee.

San Mateo, CA-based Sares Regis Group of Northern California (SRGNC) served as Development Manager for Alma Station, assisting in the design and construction of the LEED Platinum-targeted project.

Designed by BAR Architects, the highly-sustainable building meets Net Zero Energy targets and features a sustainable and complex HVAC system. Alma Station offers two electric vehicle charging stations and street-side bicycle racks for public use. Streetscapes on the front and back of the building were updated to include café seating, new sidewalks with planted areas, bioswales, trees, and guest parking.

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