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Meridian Completes MOB Poject in the East Bay

2/27/18

In development news out of the East Bay, Meridian has completed work on a 10k sf, single-tenant medical office building in Castro Valley. The Alameda County development is located 0.69 acres at 20359 Lake Chabot Rd, north of I-580 and Castro Valley Blvd. The building is situated on the main arterial road leading to Sutter Health’s Eden Medical Center Campus, one block from the hospital, in the valley’s medical corridor.

With a development budget of $5.1 mil, which includes acquisition cost, Meridian built the ground-up Type V wood/stucco building shell as a requirement for its client. The tenant plans to operate an outpatient dialysis clinic, delivering dialysis services and education to patients with chronic kidney failure and end-stage renal disease. The tenant improvements are expected to take six months.

According to Meridian Senior Vice President of Development Mike Conn, the site’s topography required Meridian to address some steep grade changes with large retaining walls, with approximately a 13-foot difference in topography from the front of the site to the rear. “The project required a site development review, multiple design approvals, a mitigated negative declaration for CEQA, a parking variance, OSHPD3 approval, and a public hearing. The project also involved a lot merger, base flood plain elevation change to satisfy FEMA, and a dedication of public right of way to the county,” said Conn.

Meridian delivered the project in only six months. Stevens Hemingway Stevens was the general contractor and Harriman Kinyon Architects designed the project.





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