Office Project is the Latest in Phase Two of CityLine Sunnyvale
CityLine Sunnyvale has received entitlement approval for the construction of a 153,000-square-foot six-story office building with 8,700 square feet of retail space at the corner of W. McKinley and S. Mathilda avenues in downtown Sunnyvale. The building will feature 4,000 square feet of to-be-determined maker’s space.
This office project is the latest slated for phase two of CityLine Sunnyvale, which will redevelop four parcels in Sunnyvale’s downtown core into additional residences, ground-level retail and office space.
Meanwhile, downtown retail space continues be filled with two new leases recently signed to occupy 16,100 total square feet.
Flat Stick Pub will bring a restaurant, bar and miniature golf to a 12,000-square-foot ground-level space across from the Target entrance on West McKinley Avenue, while running apparel retailer Roadrunner has leased a 4,100-square-foot space in that same building. The businesses are expected be operating by late 2022.
“We’re grateful to the city of Sunnyvale for allowing us to transform this site into a state-of-the-art office building,” says Deke Hunter, managing member of Hunter Storm. “In addition, we’re thrilled to be able to bring these new retail tenants to downtown Sunnyvale for the benefit of the neighborhood. These leases are a testament to the continued attraction of downtown Sunnyvale and its promising future.”