PHASE II
  2201, 2241 & 2251 HARVARD STREET, SACRAMENTO

TWO PLANNED BUILDINGS ±250,000 SF

THREE EXISTING BUILDINGS ±300,000 SF

UNIQUE CAMPUS SETTING




HIGHLIGHTS

The ±23.6 acre Harvard Park corporate campus is in a prime location just outside of downtown Sacramento. It features two Class A, LEED Gold Certified mid-rise office buildings totaling 280,000 square feet, two planned, fully entitled buildings totaling 250,000 square feet, a 15,000 square foot, single-story office building, a 1,034-stall parking structure and a 10,000 square foot fitness center. It is a likely target for public and private sector tenants seeking the efficiency of larger floorplates and build-to-suit opportunities. The campus is easily accessible via Business I-80 and Highway 160 as well as the regional light rail system and is close to some of the region’s most desirable retail centers and restaurants.

  • ±117,000 SF available for lease in existing buildings

  • Two buildings, 250,000 SF, available in Phase II

  • Unique campus setting just minutes from Downtown

  • Immediate access to Business I-80 and Highway 160

  • Adjacent to Light Rail stop with link to Downtown Sacramento and outlying areas

  • LEED Gold Certification

  • On-site La Bou Café

  • ±10,000 SF fitness center with showers, lockers, steam and sauna rooms

  • Bocce ball court, horse shoe pits and outdoor picnic pavilion

  • Dedicated property management, maintenance and engineering

  • Covered 1,000 stall parking garage

  • Adjacent to Arden Fair Regional Mall (Macy’s, BJ’s, California Pizza Kitchen, Starbucks, Cheesecake Factory and Hilton Hotel)

  • Planned solar panel shade structure

  • Minutes from MLS Railyards District & Stadium, opening 2023



ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES



HARVARD PARK CAMPUS

FLOORPLANS // 2241 HARVARD STREET

FLOORPLANS // 2251 HARVARD STREET


HARVARD PARK PHASE II

Two New Buildings

±250,000 SF

Fully Entitled

  Corporate Campus directly off Capital City Freeway

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TYPICAL FLOORPLAN // PHASE II

  ±35,000 Square Feet


BUILD YOUR CULTURE



HARVARD PARK AMENITIES

  • Immediate access to Business 80 and Highway 160
  • Adjacent to Light Rail stop with link to Downtown Sacramento and outlying areas
  • LEED Gold Certification
  • On-site La Bou Café with indoor and outdoor seating
  • 10,000 SF fitness center with showers, lockers, steam and sauna rooms
  • Bocce ball court, horse shoe pits and outdoor picnic pavilion

  • On-site property management, maintenance and engineering
  • Covered 1,000 stall parking garage
  • Interior finishes renovated in 2015
  • Adjacent to Arden Fair Regional Mall(Nordstrom, Macy’s, BJ’s, California Pizza Kitchen, Starbucks, Cheesecake Factory, Hilton Hotel and Double Tree Hotel)
  • Planned covered solar parking


GREEN INITIATIVES

LEED Certification

LEED Certification

Waste Diversion/Recycling

On-site recycling program for increased waste diversion and reduction

Earth Day

Earth Day events with local vendor education and participation

Energy Management

Gridium controls to maximize energy efficiency


POTENTIAL EFFORTS



Lighting

LED lighting

Ride Sharing

Working with tenants on education and incentives

Zero Emissions Shuttle to Arden and CalTrain

Shuttle services between Caltrans and Harvard; Harvard to Arden

EV Charging Stations

Conveniently located adjacent to buildings

Water Usage Reduction

Software controls to ensure minimum usage

Solar

Solar panel with shade structure




TRANSPORTATION MAP


CREATE YOUR SPACE

SACRAMENTO REGION

The Sacramento region is well located in the California Central Valley at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Residents enjoy seismic stability and convenient access to various popular attractions such as Napa County’s Wine Country, California’s historic gold country, Yosemite, Lake Tahoe and San Francisco. Sacramento is also strategically located for business as air travel times to Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Portland, Las Vegas, and Phoenix are all less than 90 minutes.

The 66,000,000 square foot Sacramento office market benefits from an influx and expansion of technology-related companies and financial services firms seeking:


  • An affordable alternative for major corporations in Northern California
  • Seismic stability
  • Affordable housing and lifestyle choices for employees
  • Proximity to the State Capitol
  • Close to Lake Tahoe, the San Francisco Bay Area and the Napa Wine Country

These unique advantages are the reason that firms including NEC, Oracle Corporation, Franklin Templeton Fund, Vision Service Plan, Apple, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Wells Fargo, Pacific Bell and Bank of America have been motivated to relocate or expand in the Sacramento metropolitan area over the last 20 years.


SACRAMENTO REVITALIZATION PROJECTS

    GOLDEN 1 CENTER

  • Golden 1 Center sits in the heart of downtown Sacramento encompassing four city blocks.

  • The arena is an indoor multi-use facility that accommodates sporting and top entertainment events, such as professional and collegiate sports, concerts, ice shows, indoor rodeo, indoor motocross, trade shows, large graduations, family shows, and other indoor entertainment.

    SACRAMENTO RAILYARDS

  • The 244-acre site will transform the historic Union Pacific site into a dynamic, urban environment featuring a stateof-the-art mass transit hub that will serve residents, workers and visitors.

  • The Railyards will be a mixeduse hub for entertainment, retail, housing, office, theaters, parks, hotels, and museums.

    DOWNTOWN COMMONS

  • Downtown Commons is a mixed-use development surrounding the Golden 1 Center the includes up to 1.5 million square feet of development, including 475,000 square feet of office space, 350,000 square feet of retail, a 250 room, 16-story Kimpton Hotel Tower and up to 500,000 square feet for residential units.







MEET THE OWNER

MATHEW T. WHITE

Chairman & CEO

Blake Riva

President

SCOTT BEGGS

Chief Financial Officer

FRANK MARINELLO

VP of Development

SCOTT STRANZL

Vice President

STEPHANIE BURLINGAME

VP of Operations

MATTHEW D. SHERRILL

VP of Construction

MIKE WILLIAMS

VP of Marketing




CONTACT US

Todd Eschelman

>> 916.569.2347 <<
teschelman@ngkf.com
CA RE License #01051148

Kirk Lange

>> 916.569.2331 <<
klange@ngkf.com
CA RE License #00870313



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