Broadreach, Rockwood Break Ground on $250M Bay Area Mixed-Use Project


Slated to open in July 2020, The Ameswell Hotel will feature 255 guest rooms, a restaurant with outdoor dining, a beer garden, a pool and lounge area with cabanas, and an event lawn.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. — Broadreach Capital Partners and Rockwood Capital have broken ground on Ameswell Mountain View, a mixed-use development situated on one of last fully entitled development sites in Mountain View, just northwest of San Jose.

Located at the convergence of U.S. 101 and State Route 85, the property is the culmination of four years of planning and land assemblage by Broadreach. Situated on 10 acres, the project will feature a 220,000-square-foot, Class A office building and The Ameswell Hotel, a 255-room luxury hotel.

The office building will feature 47,000-square-foot floor plates, ceiling heights up to 16 feet and full-height windows. On-site amenities include a roof deck, terraces and breakout areas to connect tenant space with the outdoor environment. Additionally, parking is structured as three parking stalls per 1,000 square feet of office space. Broadreach has retained Newmark Cornish & Carey as leasing agents for the office building, which is slated for completion in November 2019.

Set to open in July 2020, The Ameswell Hotel will feature creative, local design with a strong emphasis on art and technology. The hotel will include more than 6,000 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center, restaurant with outdoor dining, beer garden, pool, and lounge area with cabanas, fire pits and an event lawn.

The development team includes WRNS Studio and RYS Architects as architects; BAMO as interior designer; SWA Group as landscape architect; and Vance Brown Inc. and Johnstone Moyer Inc. as general contractors.

Last month, HFF arranged the $250 million capitalization of the project, as well as a $140 million construction loan.

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