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King Street Launches First Bay Area Life Science Project

King Street Properties broke ground on The Landing in Burlingame, marking the life science development firm’s first development in the San Francisco Bay Area. The 4.5-acre campus will include two buildings, 1699 and 1701 Bayshore Hwy., totaling more than 500,000 square feet of lab and office space along with numerous tailored amenities for tenants and the public.

“Just seven minutes from South San Francisco, Burlingame is an ideal place to create an innovation hub of this scale,” said Sonia Taneja, managing director, King Street Properties. “King Street is a nationally recognized name in life science development, and we are pleased to bring our expertise to the Bay Area.”

The project is being developed in partnership with Helios Real Estate Partners and has been designed by Perkins&Will. Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company is the contractor, and The Landing’s leasing team is JLL. 


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