A Holistic Campus with a Denser Master Plan
The 30 acre site was originally master planned by RMW for Menlo Equities. The initial master plan goal maximized the speculative development utilizing 4 story office structures and surface parking. 5 Buildings totaling 750,000 SF. and a .57 FAR were planned in two separate clusters adjoining Scott Boulevard and Tannery Way. In anticipation of market rebound construction commenced in 2012 for three market-spec buildings along Scott including associated parking.
In December 2012, due to strong office market indicators for a larger tenant, Menlo Equities requested RMW to review the master plan with a goal of developing further density on the site, knitting the 3 buildings under construction into a much larger holistic campus. Several plans were proposed accommodating 1M and 1.3M SF. in two phases.
Today, three 4-story buildings, one 6-story building, and three 8-story buildings provide Class A office space, while an additional 2-story amenities building houses a full-service cafeteria, and a fitness center. Additional campus amenities include a basketball court, two bocce ball courts, a large outdoor dining plaza and additional outdoor seating areas. Two parking structures accommodating over 3500 cars complete the site.
The final design carefully knits taller office structures, amenity functions and structured parking into a “park like” setting that creates a strong campus identity for the overall project. The steel-frame and pre-cast concrete buildings offer spacious two-story lobbies, while full-height windows bring natural light deep into the large floor plates. All buildings have received LEED Silver certification.
Phase 1 of The Campus at 3333 also achieved LEED Silver certification.