SUNNYVALE – Two new vendors, a miniature golf course and a running apparel store, have emerged in the center of Sunnyvale Village.
These businesses are the latest addition to CityLine Sunnyvale, a mixed-use complex of office buildings, shops, restaurants and homes.
According to STC Venture, an alliance of Northern California-based real estate firms Sares Regis Group and Hunter Properties that teamed up to develop CityLine Sunnyvale, the two recent lease deals amount to 16,100 square feet.
The Flatstick Pub, a mini golf store, rented 12,000 square feet of ground floor space opposite the entrance to Target on McKinley Avenue. Roadrunner, a running apparel salesman, rented 4,100 square feet in the same building.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring these new tenants to downtown Sunnyvale to benefit the entire area,” said Dick Hunter, Managing Member of Hunter Storm. “These leases are a testament to the Sunnyvale downtown continues to be attracted and its promising future.”
In addition, CityLine Sunnyvale has received the city’s final approval for a six-story, 153,000-square-foot office building at the corner of McKinley and Matilda Avenues.
The developers have already landed Whole Foods Market and AMC DINE-IN Sunnyvale 12 as the main anchors of the new Sunnyvale hub.
In addition, the project includes 273 residential buildings.
“The venture aims to revitalize Sunnyvale’s downtown area as a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use area with new residential buildings, large public plaza, shops, entertainment and office space planned on 36 acres,” the developers said in a statement. …