HFF Arranges $250M Development Financing for Bay Area Office, Hotel Project


Located in Mountain View, Calif., the five-story office component of Ameswell Mountain View will feature terraces, 14-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass and an attached six-tier parking structure.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. — HFF has arranged the $250 million capitalization of Ameswell Mountain View, a fully entitled mixed-use project under development in Mountain View.

Bruce Ganong, Michael Leggett, Ben Bullock, Thomas Foley, Austin White and Bercut Smith of HFF arranged the joint venture equity partnership with Rockwood Capital for the borrower, Broadreach Capital. Additionally, the HFF team worked on behalf of both parties to secure $140 million in construction financing with Wells Fargo Bank.

Ameswall will feature a 255-room independent hotel and a 216,700-square-foot Class A office building. The Ameswall Hotel will feature a creative, local design with a strong emphasis on art and technology; 6,258 square feet of meeting and events space; food and beverage offerings, including a destination bar and restaurant and a grab-and-go market; and outdoor gathering spaces with a swimming pool, fire pits, bocce ball court and a lawn.

Aiming for LEED Platinum certification, the five-story creative office building will feature floor-to-ceiling glass lines to provide natural light, 14-foot ceilings and 47,000-square-foot floorplates. Amenities for the property include a 2.5-acre park, terraces, break-out areas to merge workspace and nature, dedicated bike and pedestrian trails, and electric vehicle charging stations. The development will also feature a six-tier parking structure.

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