David Baker Architects

Mayfield Place


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Looking down El Camino Real. Increased sidewalk depth, varied landscaping, and mixed-use programming at the building base strengthen the pedestrian experience. Image: David Baker Architects

 

Our client for this workforce housing is the Stanford Research Park in partnership with the Related Companies. This design was required to help make the Palo Alto jobs/housing balance more equitable.

Main entry off El Camino Real. Image: David Baker Architects

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2015.10.15

Construction

 

Completion is scheduled for 2016.

2015.10.21 Concrete texture, vertical, 1/2" gap.

The El Camino elevation nearing completion. The curved Muddox low-fire brick tile pixelated facade with Machiche wood base. Image: David Baker Architects

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Residential courtyard. Image: David Baker Architects

COURTYARD

The building is configured as a U facing south west away from busy El Camino Real.

View from the back alley. Image: DBA

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Site plan. Image: David Baker Architects

Cora the Guide Dog testifies at the Palo Alto Architectural Review Board hearing.

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Vista Center

This organization was the former tenant of the commercial building on the site. They will be moving back in after construction is completed.

Image: Keith Baker Photography

Main entry off El Camino Real. Image: David Baker Architects

Looking down El Camino Real. Increased sidewalk depth, varied landscaping, and mixed-use programming at the building base strengthen the pedestrian experience. Image: David Baker Architects

The curved facade is surfaced with low fire tiles. Image: DBA

Residential courtyard. Image: David Baker Architects

View from the back alley. Image: DBA

Elevation facing El Camino Real. Image: David Baker Architects

Site plan. Image: David Baker Architects

Cora the Guide Dog testifies at the Palo Alto Architectural Review Board hearing.

2015.10.15

2015.10.15

2015.10.21 Concrete texture, vertical, 1/2" gap.

The El Camino elevation nearing completion. The curved Muddox low-fire brick tile pixelated facade with Machiche wood base. Image: David Baker Architects

project details

Category

Affordable Housing, All Projects, Apartments, Under Construction

​Location

Palo Alto, CA

Developer

Related Companies of California

Landscape Consultant

GLS Landscape/Architecture

Contractor

Segue Construction

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www.dbarchitect.com/MayfieldPlace

project data
2500 El Camino Real 21206
Palo Alto, California
Under Construction
number of units
1 bedroom 24
2 bedroom 24
3 bedroom 22
total 70
density ratios
project sf 98,048
site sf 78,400
acres 1.8
total bedrooms 138
bedrooms/acre 76
units/acre 39
open space sf 33,000
parking
total  145
type  garage
bicycle parking 128
construction type
Type V-A over Type I-A  
certification
LEED for Homes Mid-Rise  registered