New Menlo Park apartments geared toward ‘innovators and visionaries’

SF Curbed

March 16, 2017

Rendering of Elan Menlo Park | Rendering courtesy of CityView

While San Francisco and Oakland continue to build residential structures in an effort to ease the housing crisis, it’s nice to see one Silicon Valley town follow suit, however small the offering.

Developed by CityView and Greystar, Elan Menlo Park recently opened up its residences for pre-leasing, offering 146 units that will include one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes ranging in size from 715 to 1249 square feet.

Per Elan Menlo Park’s site, this is “the ideal, intimate setting for innovators and visionaries such as yourself.” Granted, it’s silly marketing speak, but it’s also 2a good thing since so many tech ilk (such as yourself!) need space on the Peninsula to live.

Located at 3645 Haven Avenue in Menlo Park, the contemporary homes will feature wood-style plank flooring, nine-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, and in-unit washers and dryers. Best of all, it’s located two miles away from Facebook. (Back in July, the social media tech mammoth promised to design and plan housing in Menlo Park, too, following its expansion.)

Rent prices range from $3,300/month to $4,925/month. Move-in date is tentatively scheduled for April 1.