Triad Development Plans 840,000 SF Office Project in Bay Area


Ascend @ Lagoon Valley in Vacaville, Calif., will feature between 700,000 square feet and 840,000 square feet of Class A office space, a 30,000-square-foot amenity building and an outdoor amenity package.

VACAVILLE, CALIF. — Ascend @ Lagoon Valley LLC, a limited liability company affiliated with Seattle-based Triad Development, has unveiled plans for a 700,000-square-foot to 840,000-square-foot Class A office development project Lagoon Valley. The 50-acre development site is located along Interstate 80 on Lagoon Valley Road in Vacaville, approximately 51 miles from downtown San Francisco.

The project will consist of six four-story buildings. A 30,000-square-foot amenities building will offer a fitness center, food services and recreation space. Additionally, the office project will include an amphitheater, sports courts and field space as outdoor amenity space, as well as a transit center with shuttle to Vacaville’s Capitol Corridor Amtrak station.

The surrounding 1,200 acres of protected open space includes the 470-acre Lagoon Valley park and 100-acre lake, plus an adjacent eight-acre public park. The land adjacent to the development is entitled for residential development.

James Lees, Sandy Rodriguez, Max Sander and Skip Whitney of Kidder Mathews are leasing agents for Ascend @ Lagoon Valley.

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