A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday for Kaiser’s four-story medical office building at 1175 Marshall St. in Redwood City.
The above photo of the ceremony was shared on social media by the Redwood City-San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce, which thanked Kaiser for being “a fantastic” chamber member and community partner.
The 197,800 square foot building (see image below), approved by the city’s planning commission in February and set to be completed in 2021, will house 143 doctor’s offices and 116 exam rooms along with an underground parking garage adding up to 454 parking spaces. The center of the campus will include a 1.5 acre park space featuring a children’s playground and future farmers market.
After the project is built, staff, medical providers and equipment from the adjacent Tower and Oak buildings will move in. After the move, the Tower and Oak buildings will be demolished, a task expected to take up to two years.
The project will include street enhancements on Marshall Court, Marshall Street and Maple Street.