The most eagerly awaited mixed-use development, Locale Menlo Park at Presidio Bay’s Springline, California, has been opened. The development is led by Locale Hospitality. The latter is a well-known name in the management of short-term and long-term apartment-style lodging.
The sophisticated Locale Menlo Park at Presidio Bay’s Springline will have hotel-like rental houses. They will have large layouts, high ceilings, and opulent finishes. Furthermore, the development will house 15 one- and two-bedroom units under the management of the tech-forward hospitality organization.
Features and amenities
Beyond the furnished residences, Locale Menlo Park guests will have access to the community’s activated indoor and outdoor spaces. Further, a resort-style pool, golf simulator, and co-work-style lounge. Canteen Café – a wine bar from The Residences lobby by Menlo Park local Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel.
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In addition, there are onsite experiences like outdoor fitness classes and movie nights for both Springline Residents and locals. Springline will soon be anchored by a roster of must-visit restaurants, featuring outposts of San Francisco favorites. These include Che Fico, Burma Love, Barebottle Brewing, and Andytown Coffee Roasters.
By working with Locale, Presidio Bay, a company that invests in and develops commercial real estate, is bringing much-needed flexible housing to the Silicon Valley region. The burgeoning neighborhood within Springline has been dubbed “Sand Hill Road 2.0.”
Remarks on the Locale Menlo Park at Presidio Bay’s Springline
“Springline has already established itself as the future of Menlo Park and a world-class destination for the future of the office, modern living, dining, and entertainment.
Through Locale, we are adding another layer to our offerings by attracting modern travelers and renters seeking a more flexible alternative to traditional hotels and vacation rentals. We predict strong demand from professionals and consumers who will no longer have to sacrifice their experience for convenience,” said Kabir Seth, Principal at Presidio Bay.