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A conversation among neighbors about what’s best for the community.
A vital and vibrant part of Menlo Park – then, now and in the years ahead.
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After more than 75 years of pioneering research and world-changing solutions, Menlo Park’s SRI International is reimagining its 63-acre corporate headquarters at 333 Ravenswood Ave., contemplating a transformation from an outdated, closed office campus to serve a greater purpose within the Menlo Park community.

Menlo Park-founded and based development firm Lane Partners is spearheading the redevelopment for Parkline, a new home for SRI within a transit-oriented, mixed-use neighborhood with housing, retail and open space and one-for-one office replacement, with no increase in commercial space.

We seek to open up the historically closed campus in a park-like environment for neighborhood gathering and recreation, with abundant open space and a network of bicycle and pedestrian paths and walkable streets that will be truly connected to the community.

But that’s just the idea.  We know we can make it better with your help. That’s why we started with a set of open houses in 2021 to hear what you think and how to make the idea better.  And why we have continued the conversation over the last two years as we refine the project based on your feedback. Stay tuned for the next opportunity to share your thoughts and hear about the latest project updates to come.

The current concept for Parkline includes:


550 housing units, including a mix of affordable and market rate rental housing.

Park & Open Space

Over 28 acres of landscaped publicly accessible open space to create a park-like atmosphere for the community, including a running trail and outdoor fitness amenities.

Links to Transit

A system of bike/pedestrian pathways intended to create a safer and more direct East-West linkage through Menlo Park.

Safer Routes to School

Safer routes to schools by enhancing accessibility and completing connections to existing City infrastructure, including the approved grade separated pedestrian and bicycle crossing at Middle Avenue and the new bike/pedestrian freeway overpass at Ringwood Avenue.

Sustainable Office Space

6 highly sustainable office/R&D buildings, which will replace nearly 1.1 million square feet of outdated and inefficient commercial buildings, with no increase in commercial space.

Public space

Spaces to gather for activities, with community-oriented retail such as a juice bar and bike repair station.

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