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Redwood City/Midpoint Technology Park Expansion Project

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Stanford completed the purchase of eight buildings in Redwood City's Mid-Point Technology Park on Thursday, Sept. 29. The site may eventually provide office space for some University administrative functions.

MidPoint Technology Park is a one million-square-foot Class A Office/R & D campus with 13 buildings fronting on Highway 101 in Redwood City. It was developed by TMG Partners, one of the San Francisco Bay Area's largest mixed-use property developers, which had acquired the 46-acre former Ampex manufacturing and research site in 1995. The buildings Stanford purchased are located just south of the intersection of Woodside Road and Broadway, about seven miles from the Stanford campus.

Many of the buildings are currently occupied and will not undergo any immediate changes. Instead, Stanford plans to begin working in collaboration with Redwood City leaders and the community to develop a long-term plan to modernize or replace some of the older buildings at Mid-Point for office, research, and development uses. The park includes four former Excite@Home buildings, which are under contract to be purchased by Stanford Hospital and Clinics for use as ambulatory care clinics.

Latest News

February 23, 2006

February Project Update

Strange things are afoot with the Redwood City projects. The University chosen to take a step back and look at Redwood City in the context of a larger data center strategy. Stanford is considering on-campus, off-campus, and colocation options for... Read complete entry

January 10, 2006

January Project Update

The initial budget for the building renovations to 510 Broadway was floated within the department of Land and Buildings over the past couple of weeks, and caused much consternation and e-mails with subject lines containing lots of capital letters and... Read complete entry

December 02, 2005

510 Broadway

This week, work continues on refining and editing the feasibility study for the building construction project. This includes an extensive description of the building as it stands now, and a plan and budget for the renovations to be carried out... Read complete entry

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