Meridian Buys 105,000 SF Office Building in San Mateo County for $29 Million

Meridian Buys 105,000 SF Office Building in San Mateo County for $29 Million

Purchase Represents Meridian’s Second General Office Transaction in Four Months

SAN RAMON, Calif. – (RealEstateRama) — Meridian, a full-service office property developer in California, is pleased to announce the purchase of 1000 Marina, a six-story 105,000-square-foot office building in San Mateo County, Calif. The seller was TA Associates, a private equity firm based in Boston, Massachusetts. Meridian paid just under $29 million for the 90%-leased building located in the Sierra Point Submarket in the city of Brisbane. The purchase closed in the final week of 2016 and represented Meridian’s second major office transaction in northern California since September when the firm sold The Atrium, a 77,000-square-foot office building in Pleasanton.

According to Dan Rosenbaum, Meridian’s Senior Vice President of Acquisitions in northern California, “This acquisition represents our largest general office acquisition to date. The building is located in northern San Mateo County in a very vibrant sub-market. South San Francisco and Brisbane are the epicenter of the biotech universe and we think that 1000 Marina will continue to benefit from that.”



A division of Marcus & Millichap Company, San Ramon, Calif. based Meridian Property Company is a full-service real estate developer having completed over one million square feet of innovative and integrated commercial office, primarily medical, since its inception in 2000. Meridian’s services are broad in scope but meticulous in detail — from site evaluation and land acquisition to entitlement and planning to construction and management. Meridian is a HREI Insights Awards™ 2013 Finalist in the category of Best New Medical Office Buildings and Other Outpatient Facilities (Less than 25,000 square feet).


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