Sunday, April 29, 2007

Fremont Auto mall 2006-2007

2006 Openings:Magnussen Lexus of Fremont - Fremont, CA

  • Over 7 Acres of New Auto Dealership
  • State of the Art Pedestrian/Customer Friendly facilities
  • Located in Fremont's Famous Auto Mall
  • Currently Open for Business
  • Incorporates "Green" (Environmental) ConstructionJaguar, Land- Rover, Volvo
No Photo:
Superior Nissan
2007 Openings:Toyota Dealership - Fremont, CA

  • 6.5 Acres Auto Dealership Expansion and New Showroom
  • Project Completion Summer 2007
  • Located centrally in Fremont's Famous Auto Mall
  • Incorporates "Green" (Environmental) Construction

We are very excited about our Auto Mall Expansion.

Friday, April 20, 2007

A's file something with Fremont,

On Wednesday, the A's rather quietly filed " 'an application to negotiate a development agreement,' Fremont Economic Development Director Daren Fields said." What Fremont mayor Bob Wasserman terms "a double, not a home run" is more like sacrifice bunt made to move a runner into scoring position. So far this season, the A's have had only one player who has shown the ability to lay that bunt down। But I digress।

The A's also dropped off $500K with the application. It falls short of what I've been looking for (the application, not the money), but it's a start. The abrupt nature and timing of the application makes me wonder if there is something to my thought that the San Jose and Fremont development plans are somehow tied. There are plenty of factors in the Fremont deal alone that need to be addressed. An externality like San Jose would severely complicate matters. I'd like to think that the Fremont deal is completely standalone, but maybe it isn't and Wolff is scrambling in light of the recent news in San Jose.

The filing is not the land-use development application for which city officials have been waiting to start the environmental review process। Instead, it is "an application to negotiate a development agreement,"

Wolff said he would file a land-use development application "in the next couple of months."

City officials now say they expect one to be submitted in the next month or so.

Plans for the new stadium and ballpark village, adjacent to the Pacific Commons shopping center and west of Interstate 880, call for a large mixed-use development similar to that of San Jose's Santana Row.

It would feature nearly 3,000 homes and up to 500,000 square feet of commercial space that would include restaurants, shops and a hotel adjacent to the ballpark.

The stadium would seat

32,000 people and cost as much as $500 million, according to A's officials। In addition to the Cisco parcel, companies affiliated with Wolff have purchased or plan to purchase about 70acres of nearby land.

Fremont's subsequent planning review process would take about one year to complete, starting with a draft environmental impact report, city officials said। The public will have a chance to comment on the report and give input at community outreach meetings, Mayor Bob Wasserman said.

"Maybe we'll put it in the capital of Fremont," Wasserman joked, referring to Newark Mayor Dave Smith's recent tongue-in-cheek description of Fremont's neighboring city.

Saturday, April 14, 2007

New Retail in Pacific Commons

Pacific Commons

Over 700,000 square feet of retail being developed by Catellus Development Corporation and located at the intersection of Interstate 880 and Auto Mall Parkway. Kohl's Department Store, Circuit City, Linens-N-Things, Claim Jumper, DSW Shoes, Office Depot, Party America, Jamba Juice, Quiznos Subs, Starbucks, Pick Up Stix, Rubio's, Premier Pizza, Lowe's Home Improvement, Old Navy, Ohana Hawaiian BBQ, Cold Stone Creamery, Tapioca Express, Verizon Wireless, Costco, Bassett Furniture, Ritz Camera, Washington Mutual, 3 Day Blinds, GameStop, T-Mobile, Panera Bread, Justice Clothing Co., Carter's, In-N-Out Burger and PF Changs China Bistro are now open.

In 2007, more retail and restaurants are coming to Pacific Commons, including Applebee's, Ashley Furniture, Half Price Books, JoAnn Fabrics, Johnny Carino's Country Italian Restaurant, Mancini's Sleep World, Panda Express, Radio Shack, and Wingstop.

Now open for planning ३:
Coming soon for planning ३:
Panda Express, Radio Shack, and Wingstop

Now open for planning 4 :

Half Price Books

Coming soon for planning :

Applebee's, Ashley Furniture, JoAnn Fabrics, Mancini's
Sleep World

Also, new specialty boutique shopping is being planned, along with additional international cuisine that will offer a wonderful array of dining choices at Pacific Commons.

Coming Post:

We will post a Name of the store of new specialty boutique shopping not as part 1 in Pacific Commons. Photo is and detail.

New retail across from Pacific Commons Coming soon.

New Auto mall auto dealership is coming soon.

Lastly Detail about the New Ballpark and Ballpark village detail is Coming Soon.
Such as status and Rendering of the New Ballpark. " Cisco Field home of the A's"

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