This funding will be used to begin construction, spread out over a few years, to develop a tenant improvement, Class A ten-story, state-of-the-art HCAI-3 Medical Office Building consisting of 231,579 square feet.
The first and second floors are for main lobby and active tenant use, with floors 5-10 dedicated as tenant space, with multiple outdoor terraces and the property will have a parking ratio of 2.60 spaces per 1,000 of rentable square feet. Current TI design changes consist of an ambulance loading zone, 39 EV charging stations with pay-on-foot stations, 11 exterior bike racks, with an option to include 13 more for a total of 24 bike racks (48 short term). The building will be sprinklered and served by seven elevators. The garage will consist of four levels, including two subterranean levels and two levels above street grade. The parking structure will have 600 stalls and contain 220,400 square feet. The building will be roughly rectangular in shape and prominently located on the corner of Southwest Expressway and South Bascom Avenue. The remainder of the site will contain landscaping.
Administration, Adult Medicine, Adult Urgent Care, Behavioral Health, Dental, Diagnostic Imaging, Facility Support Services, Maternal Fetal Medicine, OB/Gyn, OB/Gyn Subspecialties, Patient Support Services, Pediatric Primary Care, Pediatric Subspecialties, Pediatric Urgent Care, Pharmacies, and Specimen Collection Lab.
The site is located directly on the VTA’s Bascom Light Rail Station. Interstate access is above average. State Route (S.R.) 17 at East Hamilton Avenue provides access to Interstates 880 and 280 within three miles. Additionally, S.R. 17 provides access from the intersection mentioned, to S.R. 85 within five miles. Interstate 880 connects San Jose to Oakland. Interstate 280 provides access to San Francisco to the north and
U.S. Highway 101 to the south. State Route 85 connects to S.R. 237, and U.S. Highway 101 in Mountain View, linking Mountain View to South San Jose.
Planning - Fall 2022
Design - Winter 2023/2024
Permitting/Construction Begins - July 2024
Construction Ends (Certificate of Occupancy)/Activation Begins - Sept 2025
1st Patient Day - Winter 2025/2026
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