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Since 1977, Wareham Development has been in the forefront of the transformation of Emeryville and the East Shore to an international hub of headquarters for research. Its 2-million square foot EmeryStation campus set the bar for development throughout the city beginning with projects such as the Amtrak Intermodal Transit Center through the renovation or construction of 14 more buildings through the years to the completion of the celebrated EmeryStation West research and transit center.  The campus provides abundant amenities, award-winning architecture, transportation options, lush gardens and art, exercise facility, conference facilities, and monthly lunch-and-learn program with speakers from the cluster of research and tech companies within Wareham campuses.

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EmeryStation East | 5885 Hollis Street

5885 Hollis Street

Conceived by Wareham Development as a distinguished building for noble and Nobel scientists, EmeryStation East has become the acknowledged center of clean energy and anchors the EmeryStation campus to the east while providing much-needed life, physical and nano sciences, greentech and biofuel research space for the East Bay Biotech Corridor. The glass-clad 245,000-sq.ft. laboratory building with a 22,000 square-foot central landscaped plaza with fountains and sculptures, pedestrian walkways, and terraces is home to the following stellar tenant group:

 

Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI); Amyris Biotechnologies; Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceutical; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory PDU; and the restaurant SummerSummer. EmeryStation East won an AIA Citation for Architecture in 2009.

 

EmeryStation East is LEED Silver certified.

 

Location: Emeryville
Use: Laboratory
Area: 245,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2007

EmeryStation I | 5858 Horton Street

5858 Horton Street

This award-winning, five-story building is the first gem of the EmeryStation campus. Features include operable windows, terraces on all office levels, a three-story Wintergarden atrium and fitness center. With its fiber-wired and wireless infrastructure, Emerystation I supports the sophisticated technologies of its primarily life sciences and technology-based tenant roster. Tenants include MedeFinance, Berkeley Lights, Bolt Threads, Gritstone Oncology, Exponential Interactive, Eureka Pharmaceuticals, and Zogenix. EmeryStation I was the first home of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.

 

EmeryStation I is LEED Silver certified.

 

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Retail
Area: 270,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 1999

EmeryStation North | 5980 Horton Street

5980 Horton Street

Phase II of the EmeryStation master plan, this award-winning building echoes the look and feel of EmeryStation I with its red brick facades in the style of 19th century train stations. EmeryStation North features many of the same amenities that have helped tenants of EmeryStation 1 attract and retain the best employees. EmeryStation North serves as regional headquarters and offices for such acclaimed commercial entities as Whole Foods, Inc. Research tenants include 4D Molecular Therapeutics, Symic Biomedical, and Celgene.

 

EmeryStation North is LEED Silver certified.

 

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Retail
Area: 170,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2001

EmeryStation Greenway Building | 5800 Hollis St.

5800 Hollis St.

The 99,000 square foot EmeryStation Greenway Building was built as a flexible state-of-the-art research-and-development focused building located along the new Emeryville Greenway, a unique bike-pedestrian corridor that runs through most of the city of Emeryville from Oakland to Berkeley. With outdoor decks and a stepped back façade along the Greenway, which includes a water feature, a beautiful bronze sculpture called “All Together Now” by Frederick Gelb, and numerous pedestrian-oriented rest places, the building allows occupants to take advantage of one of the truly unique urban landscape amenities in the entire East Bay area.

 

Stanford Health Care, Emeryville operates a state-of-the-art multi-specialty outpatient center that offers leading-edge medicine. The Bureau510 restaurant located at the EmeryStation Greenway Building is a local favorite.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Laboratory
Area: 99,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2012

EmeryStation West | 5959 Horton Street

5959 Horton Street

Growth continues at the 2-million square foot EmeryStation campus. EmeryStation West, another top-quality office, medical and research facility on seven floors above a two-story parking podium, is fully leased. The 265,000 square foot building will has transit accommodations at the street level to serve Amtrak trains, buses and EmeryGoRound shuttles, taxis, limos, car shares, and private cars. Street vibrancy at the plaza level welcome visitors to an open sky garden atop the parking podium. Sculptures and murals were commissioned to reflect the history of Emeryville and the important work of all our tenants at the EmeryStation campus. EmeryStation West is designed to meet LEED Gold standards by award-winning Perkins + Will.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Retail / Transit
Area: 265,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2019

EmeryStation Triangle | 5850 Hollis Street

5850 Hollis Street

The building was remodeled on a fast-track schedule in 2009 to accommodate the newbiofuels pilot plant for green tech trailblazer Amyris Biotechnologies. The pilot plant is one of the first of its kind in the Bay Area. The headquarters for Amyris is across the street at EmeryStation East.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory
Area: 40,000 sq. ft.
Type: New

EmeryStation Campus | Amtrak Station | 5885 Horton Street

5885 Horton Street

A public/private alliance created the first newly constructed railroad station in California in more than 60 years. Each month, more than 100,000 rail passengers pass through this intermodal transportation center, part of the EmeryStation master plan in the heart of Emeryville. The station provides transportation tie-ins from Sacramento to San Jose, accommodates Amtrak’s transcontinental trains to and from San Francisco, and provides links to BART, A/C Transit and the Emery-Go-Round Shuttle. An award-winning pedestrian bridge connects to the west for parking and shopping. The Amtrak Intermodal Station won the prestigious Brunel Award and the Gold Nugget Award.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Intermodal Transportation Center
Area: 11,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 1994

EmeryStation Campus | Terraces at EmeryStation | 5855 Horton Street

5855 Horton Street

The third phase of the EmeryStation campus is the residential component of this extraordinary urban transit village. This 150,000-square-foot, mixed-use building provides 101 traditional and loft-type condominium homes across five stories set over four floors of parking with spaces for 800 vehicles. The housing element further anchors EmeryStation as the central core for the City of Emeryville while creating much-needed new housing for the many San Francisco buyers currently migrating across the Bay to Emeryville.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Condominiums
Area: 425,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2003

EmeryStation Campus | Heritage Square | 5915, 5915B and 6121 Hollis Street

5915, 5915B and 6121 Hollis Street

An original feature of the campus from which the EmeryStation expansions evolved. Heritage Square exemplifies Wareham’s talent for melding rehabilitation with innovative interior design. Heritage Square retains its distinctive brick gables and massive clerestory monitors, and yet was fully renovated and recently updated to accommodate the needs of a diverse group of tenants that include the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, f’real foods, RadNet Management, and the restaurant 612one.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Restaurant
Area: 98,000 sq. ft.
Type: New and Rehab
Completed: 1980

EmeryStation Campus | Hollis Street Building | 6221 Hollis Street

6221 Hollis Street

Emeryville’s Hollis Street Center, the original project where the pioneering ordinance for live-work studios was developed, was the first industrial building in the Bay Area to be legally converted to artists’ lofts and studio-residences. Originally built by General Cable Corporation in the early 1920s, this mixed-use facility houses more than two dozen artists and offers prime office and light industrial space. Tenants include architects, contractors and artisans who specialize in quality printing and stained glass restoration.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Live / Work / Office / Retail / Light Industrial
Area: 200,000 sq. ft.
Type: Rehab
Completed: 1980

EmeryStation Campus | 1600 63rd Street

1600 63rd Street

Federal Express has occupied this entire building since completion of its construction in 1988. Today, 1600 63rd Street continues to be a central distribution center for the East Bay operation of this international corporation.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Distribution Center
Area: 38,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 1988

5885 HORTON STREET

EMERYSTATION EAST | 5885 HOLLIS STREET

Conceived by Wareham Development as a distinguished building for noble and Nobel scientists, EmeryStation East has become the acknowledged center of clean energy  providing much-needed life, physical and nano sciences, greentech and biofuel research space for the East Bay Biotech Corridor. The glass-clad 245,000-sq.ft. laboratory building has a 22,000 square-foot central landscaped plaza with fountains and sculptures, pedestrian walkways, and terraces.  Its stunning lobby features a wall of portraits of Northern California Nobel scientists that Wareham commissioned to inspire the scientists who work in the building and the local elementary and high school students who visit.

Designed by The Smith Group, EmeryStation East won an AIA Citation for Architecture in 2009.

EmeryStation East is LEED Silver certified.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Laboratory
Area: 245,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2007

5858 HORTON STREET

EMERYSTATION I | 5858 HORTON STREET

This award-winning, five-story building is the first gem of the EmeryStation campus. Features include operable windows, terraces on all office levels, a three-story Wintergarden atrium and fitness center. With its fiber-wired and wireless infrastructure, Emerystation I supports the sophisticated technologies of its primarily research and technology-based tenant roster.  A large conference center, fitness center with the latest equipment, and two restaurants also serve the EmeryStation campus.

EmeryStation I is LEED Silver certified.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Retail
Area: 270,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 1999

5980 HORTON STREET

EMERYSTATION NORTH | 5980 HORTON STREET

Phase II of the EmeryStation master plan, this award-winning building echoes the look and feel of EmeryStation I with its red brick facades in the style of 19th century train stations. EmeryStation North features the same proven amenities to help its tenants attract and retain the best employees. An East Shore research company in tremendous growth mode, has a large presence in the building.

EmeryStation North is LEED Silver certified.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Retail
Area: 170,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2001

5800 HOLLIS STREET

EMERYSTATION GREENWAY BUILDING | 5800 HOLLIS STREET

The 99,000 square foot EmeryStation Greenway Building was built as a flexible state-of-the-art research-and-development focused building located along the new Emeryville Greenway, a unique bike-pedestrian corridor that runs through most of the city of Emeryville from Oakland to Berkeley. With outdoor decks and a stepped back façade along the Greenway, which includes a water feature, a beautiful bronze sculpture called “All Together Now” by Frederick Gelb, and numerous pedestrian-oriented rest places, the building allows occupants to take advantage of one of the truly unique urban landscape amenities in the entire East Bay area.

Stanford Health Care, Emeryville operates a state-of-the-art multi-specialty outpatient center that offers leading-edge medicine. The Bureau510 restaurant located at the EmeryStation Greenway Building is a local favorite.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Laboratory
Area: 99,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2012

5959 HORTON STREET

EMERYSTATION WEST | 5959 HORTON STREET

Growth continues at the 2-million square foot EmeryStation campus. EmeryStation West, another top-quality office, medical and research facility on seven floors above a two-story parking podium has transit accommodations at the street level to serve Amtrak trains, buses and EmeryGoRound shuttles, taxis, limos, car shares, and private cars. Sculptures and murals were commissioned to reflect the history of Emeryville and the important work of all our tenants at the EmeryStation campus. EmeryStation West is designed to meet LEED Gold standards by award-winning Perkins + Will.

The new building attracted two new research companies to Emeryville from other parts of the Bay Area.   Existing Wareham tenants have also expanded into EmeryStation West.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Retail / Transit
Area: 265,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2019

5850 HOLLIS STREET

EMERYSTATION TRIANGLE | 5850 HOLLIS STREET

The building was remodeled on a fast-track schedule in 2009 to accommodate the new biofuels pilot plant. The pilot plant was one of the first of its kind in the Bay Area.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory
Area: 40,000 sq. ft.
Type: Remodeled
Completed: 2009

5885 HORTON STREET

EMERYSTATION CAMPUS | AMTRAK STATION | 5885 HORTON STREET

A public/private alliance created the first newly constructed railroad station in California in more than 60 years. Each month, more than 100,000 rail passengers pass through this intermodal transportation center, part of the EmeryStation master plan in the heart of Emeryville. The station provides transportation tie-ins from Sacramento to San Jose, accommodates Amtrak’s transcontinental trains to and from San Francisco, and provides links to BART, A/C Transit and the Emery-Go-Round Shuttle. An award-winning pedestrian bridge connects to the west for parking and shopping. The Amtrak Intermodal Station won the prestigious Brunel Award and the Gold Nugget Award.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Intermodal Transportation Center
Area: 11,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 1994

5855 HORTON STREET

EMERYSTATION CAMPUS | TERRACES AT EMERYSTATION | 5855 HORTON STREET

The third phase of the EmeryStation campus is the residential component of this extraordinary urban transit village. This 150,000-square-foot, mixed-use building provides 101 traditional and loft-type condominium homes across five stories set over four floors of parking with spaces for 800 vehicles. The housing element further anchors EmeryStation as the central core for the City of Emeryville while creating much-needed new housing for the many San Francisco buyers who continue to migrate across the Bay to Emeryville.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Condominiums
Area: 425,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 2003

5915 HOLLIS STREET

EMERYSTATION CAMPUS | HERITAGE SQUARE | 5915, 5915B AND 6121 HOLLIS STREET

An original feature of the campus from which the EmeryStation expansions evolved. Heritage Square exemplifies Wareham’s talent for melding rehabilitation with innovative interior design. Heritage Square retains its distinctive brick gables and massive clerestory monitors, and yet was fully renovated and recently updated to accommodate the needs of a diverse group of tenants that include the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Office / Laboratory / Restaurant
Area: 98,000 sq. ft.
Type: New and Rehab
Completed: 1980

6221 HOLLIS STREET

EMERYSTATION CAMPUS | HOLLIS STREET BUILDING | 6221 HOLLIS STREET

Originally built by General Cable Corporation in the early 1920s, this mixed-use facility offers office and light industrial space.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Live / Work / Office / Retail / Light Industrial
Area: 200,000 sq. ft.
Type: Rehab
Completed: 1980

1600 63rd Street

EMERYSTATION CAMPUS | 1600 63RD STREET

Federal Express has occupied this entire building since completion of its construction in 1988. Today, 1600 63rd Street continues to be a central distribution center for the East Bay operation of this international corporation.

Location: Emeryville
Use: Distribution Center
Area: 38,000 sq. ft.
Type: New
Completed: 1988