San Francisco Business Times: 7 Mega-projects that will shape the Peninsula

Date Posted: May 9, 2016

The Peninsula has seen few megaprojects in the past few decades, but seven ambitious developments could be economic engines for years to come.

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Perhaps the biggest player on the Peninsula remains biotech, with millions of square feet planned for that sector in the area, as it continues to be a world-class hub of innovation and research.

#7 The Cove at Oyster Point

These megaprojects will bring much-needed R&D space to the Peninsula, notably in South San Francisco. The Cove at Oyster Point has 884,000 square feet of biotech lab space planned by developer HCP while BioMed Realty (NYSE: BMR) and The Blackstone Group (NYSE: BX) are marketing 1.3 million square feet being developed at Gateway of Pacific. SKS Partners and Shorenstein Properties have lined up 2.25 million square feet of office and lab approvals.

You can read more about these R&D projects, as well as office, residential and retail developments, in the slideshow above.

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