Newmark, developer srmErnst, and Hillwood Investment Properties recently teamed up for an open house to showcase one of Alameda’s prized new gems: It’s a sprawling, state-of-the art, six building R&D/Advanced Manufacturing campus with a prominent location, right at the geographic center of the Bay Area. Located inside Harbor Bay Business Park, the project is nearing completion and will cater to a wide variety of tech, stem and life sciences tenants.
Scheduled for occupancy in the spring of 2020, the business park consists of six, brand new R&D/Advanced Manufacturing buildings, measuring from 23,955-square-feet to 47,910-square-feet. The buildings are on a 12-acre parcel and are available for sale or lease.
Among many of the appealing business advantages of North Loop 3 are: a central Bay Area campus, close to San Francisco, the Peninsula, Oakland & SF International Airports, Port of Oakland and top tier universities; a functional footprint offering heavy power and loading; secure building sites within a well-maintained business park; superior modern construction meeting all codes; high-visibility building to display to customers and employees and low business taxes.
Harbor Bay Business Park also offers excellent freeway access and transportation options, including I-880, the Harbor Bay ferry to San Francisco and South San Francisco, and a business park shuttle to the ferry and Coliseum BART station, which is free to end users.
According to Newmark Executive Managing Director Steve Kapp, who is spearheading all sales and leasing efforts for the campus along with Director Shawn Klein, “I envision a tech, life science or bio company occupying this campus for multiple and logical reasons. The access to a huge employee pool in the East Bay and South Bay is immediately obvious. The developer, srmErnst is positioning this project to appeal to manufacturing & R&D tenants who today are demanding more flexible and conveniently located facilities. Interest has been robust thus far and we’ve had several discussions with potential tenants.”
“When you consider that it takes only 20 minutes on the Alameda Ferry to reach San Francisco, I can’t imagine anything more conveniently located for a workforce or an R&D/Advanced Manufacturing company that requires easy access to all cities in the Bay Area,” Kapp said.
“The potential tenants we’ve been talking to require more than the usual manufacturing or warehouse space, they seek flexible, attractive buildings which allow them to build laboratories, advanced manufacturing and development and research facilities and simultaneously accommodate their growing employee base,” said Joe Ernst, president at srmErnst.
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