This ~30 acre site could be assembled or its various parcels could be developed individually. At present, half of the land is unimproved, and the other is a largely vacant retail center.
The City's Draft General Plan (due for adoption in Spring 2017) proposes a new designation for this district, recognizing its important role as a gateway to the City, a through way for visitors to Napa and a key multi-family residential site as well as fulfilling the need for neighborhood serving retail. The proposed General Plan would establish the "District-North Gateway (D-NG)" designation: applies to the area north of Highway 37 between Sonoma Boulevard and Lincoln Highway, a highly visible area that serves as a gateway to the Nap Vallejo from Highway 37 (heading north) and to Vallejo from American Canyon (heading south). It is intended to foster an integrated, pedestrian-oriented place with a mix of uses, such as retail, dining, entertainment, and lodging, that cater to both motorists passing through and surrounding neighborhoods. It also incorporates higher-density residential development that supports nearby services and activates the area. The maximum permitted FAR in the D-NG designation is 05, with a minimum residential density of 30 dwelling units per acre up to 50 dwelling units per acre" (page 2-20).
You can learn more about the upcoming General Plan and updates to the specific plan at: www.propelvallejo.com
You can also gather business intelligence, demographics, and view our commercial property database on our Business Development Portal: www.choosevallejo.com
Created on February 9th, 2017 (last updated 10 months ago)