Springline is redefining downtown Menlo Park. Bringing a resort-style campus with culinary destinations, creative offices, modern residences and a mix of outdoor experiences. It’s a destination and a journey – a place where you can collaborate and innovate, host clients, meet new people, live modern, share drinks and dinner, escape or encounter, and be a local in the coolest new neighborhood around.
The only question is, where will it take you?
Mornings start with calm moments set against light-filled living spaces and organic surroundings. This home was created as a natural sanctuary - its smart features tailor specifically to your lifestyle and are all controlled from your own phone.
A quick jaunt over to Canteen to pick up your conveniently pre-ordered pour-over. This is the local morning scene where residents meet, chat and caffeinate - all just steps from your front door.
Coffee in hand, it’s time for some early morning play time. Our onsite dog park is just the spot, with room to run and meet other dogs, as well as some social spots for owners.
Say hello to the 3 minute commute. Springline brings the office to your door with our mixed-use community that includes resort-style residences, onsite gourmet groceries, casual and upscale dining options and modern office spaces so you can literally walk to work (and anything else you might need).
With El Camino Real and Oak Grove full of restaurants and cafes, Springline is a culinary destination in itself - from a quick bite for lunch to a relaxed evening dinner to a social Sunday brunch.
As the lines are blurred between home and office we’ve designed spaces that cater to both - whether you want a quiet corner to focus or a collaborative space to interact and share ideas.
Springline’s styled fitness studios are the perfect place for a focused workout or a bit of respite and reflection. Residents and Office employees each have their own ensuring that whether you're focused on weights and cardio or taking a quiet moment for meditation and yoga, we’ve got you covered.
Residents can wind down the day with a sunny afternoon by the pool. Find a cabana and a book and drift off, or gather friends on the sun deck for some drinks and laughs - it's filled with spaces for retreating and entertaining.
This is the perfect setting for an open-air evening highlighted by an al fresco dinner. Prepared in the outdoor kitchen with professional grills and everything you need to entertain.
After dinner head to one of the private enclaves set within the organic landscaping for a fireside gathering. Friends, wine and laughs under the stars.
Springline is the new gathering point for dining and entertainment – morning, noon and night. With everything from your craft coffee spot and relaxed brunch menus to vibrant happy hours, al fresco cafe tables and refined dinners, this is the new neighborhood destination. You also have a boutique grocery store to cover everything from in-office hosting to date night and everyday needs in between.Explore The Shops
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Springline’s DNA is focused on using the latest technology to maximize day-to-day efficiency and productivity as well as actively enhance the health and wellness of our residents, tenants and visitors too. From robots to flexible furniture by Ori, and smart homes equipped with voice and app-controlled lighting, window shades, house speaker and thermostats by Google Home to the Springline App which brings a full dashboard of real-time wellness stats like indoor air quality, carbon offsets, solar generation and more, we are bringing the future to life.Explore The Residences
Springline was designed to evoke emotional, meaningful and memorable experiences for work and life. It’s an engaging destination where people are coming together to connect, collaborate, create, relax and play. We’ve poured over every detail to create a place that draws you in and offers an ongoing sense of place, inspiration and community.Explore The Offices
This is a place where the next generation of businesses, thinkers and neighbors can connect. Our curated calendar of events is meant to bring together residents and employees (also known as Springliner’s), as well as Menlo Park neighbors, friends, and other like-minded Bay Area souls to connect over Off the Grid nights, movies in the plaza, TedTalks, art shows and more. You can find more information about upcoming events on our Lifestyle page.Explore The Lifestyle
Springline is being created by Presidio Bay, a vertically-integrated developer and operator with a national footprint and an innovative ethos matched by a meticulous focus on highly-curated, special-use properties that evoke a sense of place and belonging. From inception to concept to design to operations, Presidio Bay oversees every detail and is pleased to bring this solid foundation to Springline. This is backed by a forward-thinking approach that focuses on the 360-user experience, folding in wellness, emotion, tech-centric design and cutting edge solutions that are defining the next generation of the built environment.
At Springline achievement isn’t a one-time thing - we are constantly pushing ourselves to be and remain the gold standard. Springline holds the following Awards and Certifications:
The Springline Wellness Dashboard is a visualization of the key health, wellness and sustainability features throughout the community. We created this dashboard to allow transparency into things like the air quality of the common spaces where you spend your free time, the energy that our solar generation contributes, and carbon offsets for the property as a whole. End result - you can see how Springline measures up as a healthy place for you, and our planet. Springliners can access this data and more by downloading the Springline App.
For a long time, downtown Menlo Park was a place where things didn't happen. A look through the Menlo Park Historical Association archives crammed into a basement room at the Main Library yields articles bout renewal plans dating to the late 1960s. Most of them never got off the ground amid public sentiment to maintain a residential, low-density vibe.
Menlo Park’s Caltrain stop doesn’t crack the top 10 of the commuter rail line’s busiest stations. But that could change once all of the transit-oriented developments near it are completed.
This List includes construction projects underway in San Matero County, Stanford and the city of Palo Alto in April 2021. SFO projects are not included and instead appear on our San Francisco Construction Projects List since the airport is technically part of San Francisco.
Downtown San Francisco’s existence today is a shell of the life it previously lived. It used to be: Traffic. Noise. People rushing to the office, to BART, out for food, all running past each other, often into each other, buried in their phones.
Funding for the arts is generally placed low on society’s list of priorities during economically challenging times. The coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted the arts more broadly with the temporary closing of galleries, museums and performing arts venues across the country.
Presidio Bay Ventures has locked in its first two office tenants at Springline, the new 6.4-acre mixed-use development in Menlo Park. These include the sustainable workspace company, CANOPY, which will occupy approximately 20,000 square feet of the property at its southern office building...
Presidio Bay Ventures (“Presidio Bay”), a leading California-based commercial real estate investment firm, today announced its first two office tenants at Springline, the new 6.4-acre mixed-use development located in the heart of Menlo Park, Calif.
Seven months after taking over the largest downtown Menlo Park project in a decade, its new developer has done something its previous one couldn't — sign office tenants.
CBRE announced today that it has been awarded the listing of the retail component of Springline, a 6.4-acre mixed-use development in Menlo Park, Calif., by Presidio Bay Ventures (Presidio Bay), a leading California-based commercial real estate investment firm.
This past fall, San Francisco-based commercial real estate investment firm Presidio Bay Ventures took over the construction and stabilization of a critical mixed-use development in Menlo Park named Springline.
San Francisco-based Presidio Bay Ventures has taken over construction, lease-up and stabilization of the 6.4-acre mixed-use development, located at 1300-1302 El Camino Real and 550 Oak Grove Ave. in Menlo Park.
Menlo Park's largest downtown project in at least a decade has swapped developers. The development is now being overseen by San Francisco-based Presidio Bay Ventures, which has taken over the project from Menlo Park-based Greenheart Land Co.
Presidio Bay Ventures (“Presidio Bay”), a leading California-based commercial real estate investment firm, announced today that it has taken over the construction, lease-up, and stabilization of the 6.4 acre mixed-use development located at 1300-1302 El Camino Real and 550 Oak Grove Avenue in Menlo Park, Calif.
Presidio Bay Ventures has taken over the 6.4-acre mixed-use development at 1300 El Camino Real from Greenheart Land Co., Presidio Bay Ventures said Monday.
Coming for coffee? Working for the day? Meeting friends for dinner? Charging up? We've got you covered.
Main Entry on El Camino Real, Residential Entry on Oak Grove
The garage is open for public parking from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM, 7 days a week.
Pricing is as follows:
First Two (2) hours - Free
Each additional hour or portion thereof. - $1.50
Maximum per 24 hours. - $20.00
All prices are subject to change without notice.
Payment for public parking is by credit card only, with payment machines located at pedestrian entrances to the garage. Cash is not accepted.
Storage of vehicles is not permitted. Public parking is limited to a maximum of 72 hours unless prior arrangements have been made.
Monthly parking for employees of office and retail tenants is available through Building Management. A monthly permit offers 24-hour, 7-day a week access to parking in the garage on an unassigned space basis.
Monthly parkers may enter and exit the garage from El Camino Real or either of the two garage portals on Garwood Way.
Resident parking is available on a monthly basis through Building Management. Resident parking offers 24-hour, 7-day a week access to parking in the garage on an unassigned basis.
Resident parkers may enter and exit the garage from El Camino Real or either of the two garage portals on Garwood Way.
Validated parking is available in the garage for prospective residents. Present your parking ticket at the leasing office for validation at the time of your visit.
EV charging stations are available on a first-come, first-served basis.