Menlo Park Commercial Real Estate

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2744 Sand Hill Rd - Space Sharon Height, Menlo Park, CA  
Sep 13
7,070
sqft
Sublease Office
1010 O'Brien Dr - Space Menlo Park, CA Close Highway.
Aug 28
12,000
sqft
Office
4400 Bohannon Dr - Space Menlo Park, CA large break room and rental rate negotiable
Aug 14
10,500
sqft
Sublease Office
1300 El Camino Real - 6 Spaces Menlo Park, CA rental rate negotiable
Aug 05
30,180 - 40,430
sqft
Office
525 Middlefield Rd - 2 Spaces Menlo Park, CA rental rate negotiable
Jul 31
2,160 - 2,190
sqft
Office
1300 El Camino Real - 2 Spaces Menlo Park, CA rental rate negotiable
Jul 13
95,000 - 110,000
sqft
Office
Sand Hill Commons II - Space Menlo Park, CA  
Jun 10
8,560
sqft
Office
2440 Sand Hill Rd - 2 Spaces Menlo Park, CA rental rate negotiable
May 06
2,740 - 7,780
sqft
Sublease Office
535 Middlefield Rd - 2 Spaces Menlo Park, CA  
Apr 26
200 - 880
sqft
Sublease Office
80 Willow Rd - Space Linfield Oaks, Menlo Park, CA  
Apr 20
47,070
sqft
Office
111 Independence Dr - Unit Suite B (Floor 1) Menlo Park, CA  
Mar 31
5,000
sqft
Sublease Office
1530 O'Brien Dr - Space Menlo Park, CA rental rate negotiable
Mar 29
21,420
sqft
Sublease Office

Menlo Park

Market Report

Number of Listings
Posted in the last 90 days
30
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$83
Median Size (sqft)
5,740

Menlo Park Office & Commercial Space

Located on the eastern border of San Mateo County, the city of Menlo Park features a residential population of slightly over 33,000 inhabitants. Widely considered to be one of the more affluent communities in the area, Menlo Park boasts what is considered to be one of the most well-educated populations in the entire country, with upwards of 70% of local residents having obtained a college degree. Menlo Park has recently obtained the title of one of 15 “best places for the rich and single to live.” Business owners seeking office rental properties for lease in Menlo Park, including office space for rent and commercial space for rent, will find that the area’s extensive financial resources are conducive for growing and developing a business in this region of the state. A variety of commercial interests and establishments can be found throughout the neighborhood zones here.

Menlo Park Economic Overview

The median household income level of Menlo Park is $105,000, almost double that of state averages. Because of this, the local population here is widely considered to exist within a middle class / upper-middle class income demographic. Popular occupations for working residents of Menlo Park include positions in industries such as the professional, scientific and technical services, education, manufacturing, finance and healthcare, among others. The unemployment rate of Menlo Park’s residents is almost half that state averages, making this one of the most economically healthy areas of the state at large.

Menlo Park At A Glance

Menlo Park was first incorporated as a city in the state of California in 1874. Since then, the city has rapidly risen in prominence as one of the country’s larger hubs for venture capital firms. This competitive and lucrative industry has helped the area to quickly develop and expand and has allowed residents to enjoy a high degree of prosperity during their time here. The population of Menlo Park is largely homogenous, with over 70% of local residents classified as Caucasian. That being said, a myriad of additional ethnic groups and cultures can also be found here.

Where to Lease in Menlo Park

For those seeking to lease office space in Menlo Park, one of the best possible locations for establishing a presence, particularly for those involved in the venture capital business, is Sand Hill Road, which connects the larger I-280 and the famous El Camino Real.

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