Wareham initiated development of this three-phase office/R&D technology park in 1990. A mix of rehabilitation and new facilities, the project encompasses 315,000 square feet of space across four buildings. Innovative design gives the site a lively atmosphere while complementing the aesthetic of Point Richmond's historic downtown area. The original 40,000 square foot building was remodeled in 1990, and a new two-story building was added to bring the facility to 117,000 square feet. This inspiring workspace originally served as the headquarters of Pixar Animation Studios. Among its current tenants is the State of California Department of Justice's DNA Forensic Laboratory, whose groundbreaking work has been instrumental in solving of thousands of criminal cases, many of which had been open for decades.
1001 West Cutting Boulevard received a 2013 BOMA Earth Day Recognition of Innovation award for its Garden for the Tenants.
Both 1001 and 1003 West Cutting Boulevard at PRTC I are LEED Silver certified.