The city cut the ribbon this week on four new commercial-industrial spaces built on airport property along Hollister Avenue. Each of the spaces consists of two 2,300-square-foot units with a roll-up door, front-office space, and storage. A deli/café is planned for an anchor corner building, and there’s another 2,000 square feet space for lease. The project boasts lots of parking, a rainwater recapture system, lockers and showers for bike commuters, and electric vehicle charging stations. It’s awaiting final designation as a LEED Gold or Silver development.


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