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BioMed Realty

Gateway of Pacific, Phases 2 and 3

A center for research and workplace innovation

With the second and third phases of Gateway of Pacific, the overall contours of the landmark project begin to take shape. Alongside the 12-story building that was the first to break ground, the second phase adds two linked buildings and the third comprises a single tower building.

Phase 2 continues Gateway of Pacific's vision as a model campus for science, technology, and workplace innovation. The design complements Phase 1, creating a distinctive, iconic building with a unique identity and architectural character. The two phase-2 buildings are seven and eight stories tall, and closely aligned with an atrium/common space linking them. The design is flexible to accommodate the needs of multiple tenants and various fit-outs, while establishing a singular urban architectural presence. The glass facade captures science on display and provides occupants with views to San Francisco Bay.

Completing construction along Gateway Boulevard, Phase 3 continues this street frontage to create a beacon for the south entrance. The 11-story tower is conceived with a multi-story lobby to signal this new gateway. The building floor plate creates flexible spaces that respond to the demanding needs of the future tenant's design guidelines, while complying with the campus vision. A signature feature of the third phase, a new entry plaza and activity zone, create a strong presence on Gateway Boulevard.

The two phases are neither twins nor radical departures architecturally. The intent has been to create a family of buildings similar in spirit but with unique identities. The site concept continues the campus master plan of a central, park-like landscape connecting all buildings. Structured parking accommodates the site's parking needs.

Sustainability is a key guiding principle on a campus designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification. Sustainable features include on-site energy generation from photovoltaic panels, rainwater capture, grey water collection, and a high-efficiency heating and cooling system.

Phase 1 is now completing construction, with Phases 2 and 3 expected to be completed in late 2021. Additionally, Flad has begun design of Phases 4 and 5 — when all phases are complete, the new construction will provide South San Francisco with a vital center for life science research and workplace innovation.

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LocationSouth San Francisco, California

Project TypeScience & TechnologyWorkplace