Goodbye, Deadwood City

| September 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

The demise of its “Deadwood City” reputation has been inevitable for some time now, but downtown Redwood City’s new status as one of the premier core locations in the region was pretty much locked in with the lease signed this week at the Crossing/900 Project.   The infusion of 300,000-plus square feet worth of tech employees will have a transformative impact on the downtown.

Downtown Redwood City isn’t going to supplant University Avenue as the most sought after business address in the region any time soon, but the transformation over the past decade is really extraordinary.

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