Moffett Place

Sunnyvale, California

Walkable to light rail, Moffett Place enhanced its Silicon Valley neighborhood by improving the public realm, providing tech-oriented buildings, and opening up the ground plane for expansive green spaces. Assembled around public promenades and a centrally-located amenities building, the site plan clusters the six buildings to promote connectivity. With 35% open space, the landscape includes wide pedestrian promenades, public art sculptures, and a range of active and social areas. From intimate meeting places to recreation spaces, it supports the collaborative culture of tech companies and the personal wellness of the users. The buildings are striking glass structures with intersecting volumes and detailing that promotes transparency and thinness of surfaces. Articulated structural glass elements enhance the transparency of the structure and reduce the barrier between the building and the outside environment.

project highlights

  • 55-acre, 1.9 million-sf office campus
  • six, eight-story office towers
  • two-acre rooftop garden
  • 52,000-sf event center
  • three parking structures
  • LEED CS Platinum and Gold
  • 100% leased to Google
  • landscape design by Bionic

awards

  • Gold Nugget, Grand Award, Best Commercial Project
  • Gold Nugget, Award of Merit, Best Recreational Use Facility
  • SVBJ, Best Speculative Deal Structures Award