Thursday, May 10, 2007

New specialty boutique shopping not as part 1 in Pacific Commons.
I will start posting photo and Detail Near the Future. Late may-early June

Here's what I knew:

1) Taiwanese Food Talk
2) Kinder's Mets Deli BBQ
3) La View Vietnamese Restaurant
4) Baby Hugs
5) Family Dentistry
6) Asian Pearl
7)Beauty(Do not Know)
8) Kaenyama Sushi and Teppanyaki Restaurant
9) Shanghi( Do not know)
10) Hot Pot( name not know)
11) Cheesecake or bakery shop(Do not know)
When I don't know,it means I don't know the names or it is Finally. Name of the Store should post soon.

Property Description:
This Project is part of 80 Acres Pacific Commons Power Center.
This Existing Center is over 95% leased.
52,000 sq.ft. Divisible from 1400sq.ft. to 18,000 sq.ft.

Location Description:
Excellent access from Freeways, 880, 680 and 84; Via Dumbarton Bridge

Description has not know Yet. Photo will release Soon.

Comming Post:

1) Pacific Park Box middle of (June-July)

2) Description of the BallPark Village( update News)

3) Description, Design of the A's(June)

4) The Globe ( June-July)

5) New specialty boutique shopping in Pacific Commons( Late May or June)

6) New Retail and future Planning Comming Soon to New Post(May-June)

A's sign Fremont land deal

Chron's Patrick Hoge reports:

The owners of the Oakland A's announced today that they have signed a contract to buy 168 acres for a proposed ballpark development in Fremont.

Lew Wolff, the team's managing partner, said the deal will allow him quickly to submit an application to the city for a roughly 32,000-seat stadium, surrounded by housing and high-end commercial development.

Really? It sounds different from what the Argus's Chris De Benedetti reported earlier today:

There is no new information regarding the land transaction, a Cisco spokeswoman said. ProLogis spokesman Arthur Hodges declined to comment.

Meanwhile, Wolff has been meeting with Fremont staff members as often as twice a month since December to discuss the project. The A's are scheduled to meet again with city staff members May 17, Fremont officials said.

As to when the A's might submit a development application or a formal plan, that step is "probably a few months away," Wolff said.

Alrighty then. Here's the obligatory map if you want to familiarize yourself. The A's are buying both the yellow and green sections.

This is a pretty big move. Not "done deal" definitive, but rather "planting their stake in the ground" serious. That stake has to be worth around $200 million. Correction: According to the press release and Barry Witt's report, the A's have amassed 226 acres. Land value is around $500 million. Just posted on the Arugs website:BREAKING: A's close land deal for new stadium

Just posted on the Arugs website: BREAKING: A's close land deal for new stadium

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