650 Live Oak in Menlo Park challenged brick to reimagine what a mixed-use development can bring to a community.

Focused on bringing community together, the project brings modern office space, green architecture, below market-rate housing, and urban density to Silicon Valley.

Entrance to 650 Live Oak Menlo Park mixed-use office residential architecture project ©brick-inc
Although only .5 below market-rate units were required, brick and their team went above and beyond with two units, four times the requirement.
The project consists of a three-story mixed-use (office / residential) building and a three-story multi-family residential building that share two levels of subterranean parking; this is brick and the Minkoff Group’s response to growing demands for increased urban density in Silicon Valley.

17 new housing units for 38 residents and 25,420 rentable sf of new office space.

View of garden and green-space public benefit 650 Live Oak Menlo Park mixed-use office residential architecture project ©brick-inc
The project includes a community open space that invites the neighborhood to share space with residents and office workers.
The community park makes this development shine. By setting back the residential units on this compact urban lot and providing public space, the project garnered not only client and neighborhood praise, but also unanimous planning commission approval.
Residential Entrance 650 Live Oak Menlo Park mixed-use architecture project ©brick-inc
Consultant Team: Civil: Sandis | Landscape: Creo | MEP: D/B | General Contractor: South Bay Construction | Structural: MAR | Specs: Emily Borland

650 Live Oak in Menlo Park challenged brick to reimagine what a mixed-use development can bring to a community.

Focused on bringing community together, the project brings modern office space, green architecture, below market-rate housing, and urban density to Silicon Valley.

23&Me Office
The project consists of a three-story mixed-use (office / residential) building and a three-story multi-family residential building that share two levels of subterranean parking; this is brick and the Minkoff Group’s response to growing demands for increased urban density in Silicon Valley.

Although only .5 below market-rate units were required, brick and their team went above and beyond with two units, four times the requirement.

17 new housing units for 38 residents and 25,420 rentable sf of new office space.

23&Me Office
The community park makes this development shine; by setting back the residential units on this compact urban lot and providing public space, the project garnered not only client and neighborhood praise, but also unanimous planning commission approval.

 

23&Me Office
The project includes a community open space that invites the neighborhood to share space with residents and office workers.
23&Me Office
Consultant Team: Civil: Sandis | Landscape: Creo | MEP: D/B | General Contractor: South Bay Construction | Structural: MAR | Specs: Emily Borland