Tarlton News

 

Aug 06, 2015
The Registry - Bay Area Real Estate

Tarlton Signs Huge Biotech Lease

Tarlton a commercial property development and asset manager, and Principal Real Estate Investors, today announced that biotech firm Pacific Biosciences of California, Inc. (PacBio) (Nasdaq: PACB), signed an eleven-year, 180,000-square-foot lease for 1315 O’Brien Drive at Menlo Business Park.

 

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July 07, 2015
The Registry - Bay Area Real Estate

Tarlton Welcomes Cardiokinetix in New Office/Lab Space

CardioKinetix, a Menlo-based medical device company pioneering a catheter-based treatment for heart failure, has developed a transcatheter implant called the Parachute® Ventricular Partitioning Device (Parachute), which intends to treat heart failure resulting from a heart attack in patients worldwide by improving overall cardiac function.

 

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Feb 23, 2015
BisNow

Tarlton’s Latest Lease

On the heels of a big fundraising round, clinical diagnostic lab Personalis just inked a 66-month lease for more than 31k SF at Menlo Business Park. Personalis will occupy the entire building at 1330 O’Brien and the second floor at 1360 O’Brien. Personalis provides researchers and clinicians DNA sequencing, and recently completed a $33M Series C financing round (to date, it’s gotten $75M).

 

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Feb 23, 2015
Real Estate News Television

Personalis Leases 31k sf at Menlo Business Park

Personalis Inc, a leading genomics-based clinical diagnostic laboratory, has signed a 66-month lease for more than 31k sf at Menlo Business Park in Menlo Park. Personalis will occupy the entire building at 1330 O’Brien Dr and the second floor at 1360 O’Brien Dr. Menlo Business Park is owned by Tarlton Properties Inc.

 

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Feb 20, 2015
CoStar

Personalis Inks Deal in Menlo Park

Personalis, a genome diagnostic services company, signed a 66-month lease for 31,000 square feet at 1330 and 1360 O’Brien Dr. in Menlo Park, CA. The two buildings total 45,990 square feet within the 50-acre, 900,000-square-foot Menlo Business Park. Tarlton Properties developed the park in 1985 and sold 90% of it to Des Moines, IA-based Principal Real Estate Investors in January 2014.

 

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Feb 4, 2015
The Almanac

Menlo Business Park to gain life sciences facilities

A former warehouse distribution facility that was one of Menlo Park’s top salestax producers will be redeveloped into a life sciences hub by its new owners.

 

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Jan 27, 2015
San Francisco Business Times

Tarlton snags Office Depot distribution center in Menlo Park for $36M

Tarlton Properties will expand its life-sciences-focused Menlo Business Park after picking up a large property at 1315 O’Brien Drive with plans to give the building a major high-tech facelift.

 

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Jan 19, 2015
Patch

Growing life sciences company now occupies entire building at 1555 Adams Drive in Menlo Park

Tarlton Properties, Inc. (TPI), a commercial property development and asset manager, announced Intersect ENT has signed a longterm lease expansion for an additional 18,000 square feet at 1555 Adams Drive in Menlo Park. Intersect ENT now has a long-term lease on the entire building, totaling more than 50,000 square feet.

 

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Jan 6, 2015
The Registry - Bay Area Real Estate

Tarlton Properties Announces Intersect ENT Lease Expansion and Extension

Tarlton Properties, Inc. (TPI), a commercial property development and asset manager, announced today Intersect ENT has signed a long-term lease expansion for an additional 18,000 square feet at 1555 Adams Drive in Menlo Park, Calif. Intersect ENT now has a long-term lease on the entire building, totaling more than 50,000 square feet.

 

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June 17, 2014
Scope

The ride of his life: Local cyclist races across the country to benefit Stanford Cancer Institute

Menlo Park businessman John Tarlton is on the ride of his life, attempting to bike 3,000 miles across the country in 12 days. He’s competing in the Race Across America (RAAM), one of the world’s most extreme endurance events. RAAM originated in 1982 as four cyclists raced from the Santa Monica Pier to the Empire State Building.

 

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Jan 19, 2015
Patch

Growing life sciences company now occupies entire building at 1555 Adams Drive in Menlo Park

Tarlton Properties, Inc. (TPI), a commercial property development and asset manager, announced Intersect ENT has signed a longterm lease expansion for an additional 18,000 square feet at 1555 Adams Drive in Menlo Park. Intersect ENT now has a long-term lease on the entire building, totaling more than 50,000 square feet.

 

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Jan 6, 2015
The Registry - Bay Area Real Estate

Tarlton Properties Announces Intersect ENT Lease Expansion and Extension

Tarlton Properties, Inc. (TPI), a commercial property development and asset manager, announced today Intersect ENT has signed a long-term lease expansion for an additional 18,000 square feet at 1555 Adams Drive in Menlo Park, Calif. Intersect ENT now has a long-term lease on the entire building, totaling more than 50,000 square feet.

 

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June 17, 2014
Scope

The ride of his life: Local cyclist races across the country to benefit Stanford Cancer Institute

Menlo Park businessman John Tarlton is on the ride of his life, attempting to bike 3,000 miles across the country in 12 days. He’s competing in the Race Across America (RAAM), one of the world’s most extreme endurance events. RAAM originated in 1982 as four cyclists raced from the Santa Monica Pier to the Empire State Building.

 

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Apr 3, 2014
GlobeSt.com

Kidder Matthews to Lease at Business Park

Kidder Mathews has been selected to be the exclusive broker for Menlo Business Park. Gregg Domanico, EVP and managing partner for the firm¹s Redwood Shores office, and Mary Hines, SVP, will lead the Kidder Mathews team. The firm joined developers Principal Real Estate Investors and Tarlton Properties, Inc. announced the leasing agreement this week.

 

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Jan 31, 2014
Silicon Valley Business Journal

Menlo Business Park poised for growth

When Tig Tarlton developed a 50-acre business complex in Menlo Park in the early 1980s, the Dumbarton Bridge had just opened down the street. Most tenants were light-electronics assembly companies. A lot has changed: Manufacturing has largely left Silicon Valley, and today the area is famous for Facebook’s headquarters, not assembly lines.

 

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Jan 20, 2014
BisNow

Menlo Park’s Deja Vu Investor

Principal Real Estate Investors is making a comeback at Menlo Business Park, becoming a 90% investor in the 50-acre biz park. Nearly 30 years ago—when the 900k SF property delivered—Principal was an original investor before selling out in ‘99. (It’s sort of like how we’re buying Bruce Springsteen albums for the first time in decades.)

 

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