Nestled between Oakland and San Francisco is the small town of San Leandro, CA. Originally settled by Spanish settlers, the City sits above a natural aquifer on the east side of the San Francisco Bay and is home to about 85,000 people. San Leandro is largely known for food production with companies such as Coca Cola, Maxwell House, Ghirardelli, and Shasta all producing in the area. In terms of Design history, the Bay area was where developer Joseph Eichler all but invented the modern American house and built thousands of units in the suburbs surrounding San Francisco. Our latest project takes inspiration from the Eichler prototype and injects some 21st century touches into an existing Hilton Garden Inn and its 119 guestrooms. Below are some shots from our mood board as well as some local flavor. Stay tuned for details as they emerge.
The San Leandro Cherry Festival is an Annual Event
The International Style Architecture of City Hall
Classic Eichler Homes