HEALTHCARE AND EDUCATION DISTRICT OF STOCKTON
University Park is a campus focused on healthcare, education and office space. We provide office space for rent, commercial space for lease, build ready pads, and build to suit opportunities to meet your individual specifications along with flexible zoning for all types of use.
The close proximity to both Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center and Dameron Hospital creates a convenient opportunity for those seeking medical office space for rent or build to suit as well as retail. The campus features beautiful amenities throughout the park like setting and offers easy and convenient access to Highway 99 and Interstate 5.
University Park is also committed to serving as an educational hub for the greater community. From preschool to higher education, University Park offers quality education through accredited schools such as CSU Stanislaus and Stockton Unified.
In addition to playing a significant role in community building by supporting regional events, University Park is honored to be home to the University Park World Peace Rose Garden. Bring your friends and family to enjoy over 200 roses, the Peace Plaza and Inspirational Messages of Peace written by local students.
24 hours security
Ample Parking on site
Entitlement planning & Development
Full in-house Maintenance Crew
FIBER OPTIC CAPABILITIES
Stockton PACE is passionate about serving the seniors most in need in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties. We saw University Park as a beautiful setting, an oasis that was located in the heart of the community we serve. The trees, the water, the open space – yet all so accessible – it was love at first sight. Partnering with Grupe allowed us to build something extraordinary for our participants, and we are honored to be a part of the University Park Community.
“I really love the lake and the rose garden. Plus everyone who fills the buildings are so friendly. It’s a great environment.”
“I love the tranquility and customer service that we receive here. The campus is always being taken care of.”