Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/April 20, 2017 The Sunnyvale City Council will decide whether to allow a 150,651 square foot, four-story R&D office building at 675 Almanor Avenue, which would replace the building The Parkinson' Institute and Clinical Center is currently located in. The institute will be moving to another location in the south bay.
Photograph by Jacqueline Ramseyer A 150,651 square-foot, four-story research and development office building could come in the future to 675 Almanor Ave. The project would result in the demolition of the building where The Parkinson’ Institute and Clinical Center resides. The institute will be moving to another location in the region.

A 150,651-square-foot, four-story research and development office complex will come to Almanor Avenue after a Sunnyvale City Council vote on April 18.

The project by Almanor Ventures LLC and Chang Architecture will also include a five-level parking garage, public outdoor space with a recreation area and 2,500 square feet of retail space. There will be a public open-air deck area at ground level with seating.

The project will be in Peery Park, which is one of the city’s older industrial areas and made up of 180 properties. Offices for Apple Inc.,…