Here, mobility and aspiration have a long history. In its earliest days, Bay Meadows was the site of an airfield. Then, in the 1930s, the land became home to the Bay Meadows Racetrack and the passionate pursuit of glory and achievement. Seabiscuit raced here. So did Shoemaker. This was a time filled with excitement and pageantry.
Commuter rail service extended the concept of mobility and movement in the mid 1980s – bringing a new level of accessibility, growth and progress to the region.
Now, the evolution of mobility culminates in the new urban village at the rail station of Bay Meadows and continues a legacy of forward thinking, progress, adventure, energy and aspiration. Its enlightened walkable land plan, diverse architecture, vibrant main street, sustainable office campus, parks and green spaces create a social heart and special gathering place where people enjoy being together, connected to one another, sharing the same values in the most genuine way. Here, one experiences the same festive energy and enthusiasm that inspired the early racing days while feeling an equally powerful and motivating sense of hope, aspiration and achievement.