San Leandro Business Center

Sitting on 30.6 acres, the speculative industrial project includes three Class A industrial buildings.

Exterior rendering of San Leandro Business Center.


San Leandro, California

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Project Start: Fall 2017
Project Completion: Spring 2019


San Leandro Business Center is an industrial project that sits on a 30.6-acre site located along the I-880 corridor. Located at 100 Halcyon Drive in San Leandro, the development is in close proximity to the Port of Oakland and the major population centers of the interior Bay Area. The project includes three Class A industrial buildings totaling approximately 553,200 square feet. TCC was hired on a fee basis by the owner of the Business Center to build out the shell of all three buildings, which were completed in 2019.

The three buildings feature four murals totaling 15,652 square feet, approximately 3,400-to-4,500 square feet per mural, titled “Hands of Change.” The theme of the murals center around the concept of: hands, as a metaphor for people and the community; as well as the four seasons, starting with Fall and ending with Summer, as a metaphor for the local region’s history and natural cycles of change and rebirth.

Building 1 is 121,643 square feet, Building 2 is 137,091 square feet, and Building 3, the largest of the three, is 293,940 square feet. Combined, the buildings feature up to 36-foot clear heights, generous trailer parking and storage areas, ESFR sprinkler systems and rear dock loading.

Exterior photograph of San Francisco skyline.

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