Stanford Redwood City campus taking shape

Stanford Redwood City campus taking shape

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Stanford provided an update this week on the ongoing construction of its 35-acre Redwood City campus between Broadway and Bay Road, where a groundbreaking ceremony was held in May.

The project is proceeding “on schedule,” with a grand-opening set for 2019 for the campus that is expected to house more than 2,700 Stanford employees, according to the university.

“The four core office buildings – Academy Hall, Cardinal Hall, Discovery Hall and University Hall…are well under way,” according to Stanford’s Brad Hayward.

Redwood City site map

The tallest building — six-story Cardinal Hall — “has most of its exterior shell complete,” while steel framing exist on multiple levels of Discovery Hall, University Hall and the BeWell Fitness Center. Upcoming construction includes The Stanford Pine Cone Children’s Center and a landscaped promenade through campus that will connect with a 2.4-acre public park, according to the university.

To view the progress, Stanford has been uploading photos to its website.

Photo and image courtesy of Stanford University.

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