Locale Hospitality recently announced its expansion into California with the opening of Locale Menlo Park within Presidio Bay’s Springline, the Bay Area’s most anticipated mixed-use development.
The tech-forward hospitality company will manage 15 one-bedroom and two-bedroom residences at Springline, a modern community of hotel-like homes for rent with spacious layouts, high ceilings, and luxury finishes. In partnering with Locale, Presidio Bay, a commercial real estate investment and development firm, is bringing much needed flexible accommodations to the Silicon Valley area and the thriving community within Springline, which has been called ‘Sand Hill Road 2.0.’
“Springline has already established itself as the future of Menlo Park and a world-class destination for the future of office, modern living, dining and entertainment,” said Kabir Seth, Principal at Presidio Bay. “Through Locale, we are adding another layer to our offerings by attracting modern travelers and renters seeking a more flexible alternative to traditional hotels and vacation rentals. We predict strong demand from both professionals and consumers who will no longer have to sacrifice their experience for convenience.”
Like all Locales, the residences will feature a fully-equipped kitchen with premium coffee and tea, in-unit washer and dryer, free WiFi, and upscale bath amenities. Guests can also enjoy Locale’s virtual concierge, self check-in technology, and 24/7 customer service for a seamless stay.
Beyond the furnished residences, Locale Menlo Park guests will have access to the community’s activated indoor and outdoor spaces, including a resort-style pool, golf simulator, co-work style lounge, and Canteen Café – a wine bar located off The Residences lobby by Menlo Park local Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel. The Springline Plaza also hosts onsite experiences like outdoor fitness classes and movie nights for both Springline Residents and locals. Springline will soon be anchored by a roster of must-visit restaurants, featuring outposts of San Francisco favorites such as Che Fico, Burma Love, Barebottle Brewing and Andytown Coffee Roasters.
“Menlo Park is the perfect place to launch Locale in California, with its small-town charm and close proximity to Stanford, Meta, Alphabet and other Bay Area companies. Springline is a stunning community and a great fit within our growing portfolio of upscale, residential-style accommodations,” said Nitesh Gandhi, Founder and CEO of Locale.
Locale Menlo Park will begin taking reservations this month. The hospitality brand also operates furnished apartments and aparthotels in Dallas, Nashville, Austin, and Houston and will open new properties in Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Madison later this year.