Moffett Towers II is an office campus project on a 47.4-acre site largely located between 11th and Fifth Avenues on the former Lockheed Martin facility at 1111 Lockheed Martin Way. The project replaces approximately 924,000 square feet of existing office space with five new eight-story office buildings, including one amenity building, surface parking and four parking structures for a total of approximately 1.65 million square feet of total building area. There is a seven-acre landscaped common space within the campus to accommodate active and passive recreation on-site.
Margaret Netto, Project Planner, 408-730-7628
The project was approved by the City Council on June 14, 2016. The staff report and minutes are available at the links below:
Report to Council 16-0556, June 14, 2016 - Major Moffett Park Special Development Permit to demolish existing buildings and construct five eight-story buildings, two four-story parking structures, one five-story parking structure and a two-story amenities building, resulting in approximately 1.65 million square feet of office use
Report to Board/Commission 16-0132, May 23, 2016 - Planning Commission discussions and possible action on Major Moffett Park Special Development Permit
The campus is currently under construction.
The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that all state and local government agencies consider the environmental consequences of projects for which they have discretionary authority. A Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was prepared and certified by the City Council. The certified EIR is comprised of the Draft EIR and Final EIR below.
Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (4 MB PDF)
Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (24 MB PDF)
Approved project components include:
Approved Project Plans (15 MB PDF)
Jay Paul Company requested a General Plan Amendment to the Moffett Park Specific Plan (MPSP) to change the Specific Plan designation for two parcels totaling 47.4-acres from Moffett Park Industrial (MP-I) to Moffett Park Transit Oriented Development (MP-TOD). The requested change would increase the allowable Floor Area Ratio (FAR) for these parcels from 35 percent, allowing up to an 80 percent FAR with the Green Building Incentive. The City Council approved the initiation request on Feb. 10, 2015 to allow Jay Paul to submit a formal application to further study the requested change.