Sugar Pine Square


ID: #SugarPine
Type: Apartment
Location: New Development
Area: 181,000ft2
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Sugar Pine Square provides a unique office and retail opportunity in the Fresno area. The project, when complete, will contain approximately 181,000 square feet of office and retail space on approximately 12.4 acres. The McCormick Barstow Law firm building was completed in 2013 and is an architectural gem. McCormick Barstow is a prestigious law firm which is the largest in the Central Valley and includes nearly 200 attorneys and support staff spanning over five states.

The site is located in northeast Fresno, known for its impressive demographics and low-crime rates. The development is located alongside Highway 41, the main arterial connecting all of Fresno from north to south. Sugar Pine Square is contiguous to Highway 41 and is visible to more than 200,000 cars per day. The intersection of Fresno and Nees is within walking distance of 300 yards to a region consisting of more than 1,000,000 square feet of retail and service providers and over 4,000,000 square feet of professional offices.

The development is an ideal place for retail and office users due to the ample parking, centralized location, lush landscaping, and beautiful architecture. The views of the surrounding area from the planned three-story office building include the Sierra Nevada to the east and the San Joaquin River to the north. These characteristics establish a personality for the development that is irreplaceable in other areas of Fresno.

Fresno is located in the Central San Joaquin Valley 175 miles south of the San Francisco Bay Area, 215 miles north of Los Angeles, and 110 miles east of the Central Coast. Overnight access to the state’s northern, southern and coastal markets is provided by connectivity to California’s two major Freeways – Interstate 5 and Freeway 99. The county has a diverse population of approximately 1.5 million people and is growing at a rapid pace. Covering an area of more than 6,000 square miles, Fresno is the state’s fifth largest city and remains California’s best kept secret



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