Broadway Plaza

The Broadway Plaza mixed-use project in Redwood City comprises two development phases: a mixed-use office/residential component located at 1401 Broadway, and a retail component across the street at 2201 Bay Road. Kier + Wright has provided engineering and surveying work to support the planning and ongoing construction of the development.

The 11.3-acre mixed-use component will be made up of three office buildings, three residential buildings, onsite public open space, and shared underground parking. The project will add a total of 520 apartments to the Redwood City housing market, including 120 affordable housing units. The residential building along Broadway includes ground-floor retail and a 10,000 SF daycare center. The 1.9-acre retail component located at the intersection of Woodside and Bay will include a standalone CVS pharmacy with ground-level parking.

K+W prepared a tentative map for the entire project area, prepared and submitted two final maps, provided civil design for project entitlements, and prepared construction plans for sitework and off -site improvements. K+W’s coordination with a diverse set of jurisdictional entities included not only Redwood City and San Mateo County but Caltrans and the Union Pacific Railroad. Despite each agency having overlapping priorities and schedules, K+W’s proactive approach to the collaboration was lauded widely.

Notably, K+W’s off-site scope included plans for a 1.5-mile extension of a 16” municipal recycled water main. Other scope provided includes design of LID stormwater quality control measures, design of hydromodification control measures, demolition plan design, topographic survey, and construction administration.

Project Location

Broadway Plaza
Redwood City, CA

Market Sectors
  • Mixed-Use
  • Office
  • Residential
  • Retail
  • Urban Infill + Revitalization
  • Project won a Gold Nugget Award from the Pacific Coast Builders Conference.
  • More than 20% of new homes are affordable housing units.
  • City lauded collaboration among developer and team members.
  • Project included a 1.5-mile extension of a 16” municipal recycled water main.