Concord First Partners team vision is inspired by the Concord Reuse Project (CRP) Area Plan. The plan’s highly detailed vision and goals are the products of a clear distillation of the extensive and thoughtful work conducted by the city, stakeholders, and community engagement process and will serve as the foundation and guide for all our work. At the highest level, our team’s approach focuses on translating this vision into reality through a highly collaborative and integrated process with the city and project stakeholders.
Our vision is consistent with the CRP Area Plan to create an equitable world-class community that integrates a diverse mix of uses to create a vibrancy critical to successful and memorable places. To achieve this, we have built a team with proven expertise in the areas of transit-oriented design, innovation districts, higher-education planning, research and maker facilities, retail, hospitality, open space design, and diverse residential typologies that together support the CRP Area Plan program vision. Our team’s experience shows that this diverse set of land uses and development typologies will enable the CNWS to react to dynamic market trends and changes to ensure that forward progress remains consistent.
In addition to deploying a highly flexible and diverse land use mix, our next strategy focuses on the catalytic uses and infrastructure investments that enable the CNWS to capture a greater share of regional growth. With strong highway visibility and frontage, proximity to BART, and broad land area needed to create diverse uses, we see a great opportunity to create an innovation district at the CNWS to elevate Concord’s competitive advantages in the marketplace. Combining these strategies with a diverse housing program and open space and place-making strategy, Concord’s attraction of residential, commercial, and institutional growth continues to elevate.
The Discovery Companies are owned by the Seeno family, with corporate headquarters located less than a half-mile from the Concord Naval Weapons Station site. As a locally owned and operated private company, the Discovery team is invested in and committed to the long-term success of the community and region. As a master developer in the Northern California region and beyond for several decades, the companies have built and entitled over 100,000 homes, millions of square feet of office and commercial space, and have a dedicated in-house multidisciplinary team with an amalgam of professional expertise in all aspects of residential and commercial building. Local relationships, resources and expertise as well as an ongoing commitment to cultivate new relationships within the local community are among the core values central to the Discovery Companies.Learn More About the Discovery Companies
Lewis Planned Communities was founded in 1955 and has been in business for 66 continuous years. The Company has built over 57,000 homes, 14,000 apartments, and in excess of 19,000,000 square feet of retail, office, and industrial space. Lewis Planned Communities has extensive experience with planning and developing iconic mixed-use projects that include transit-oriented development, recreation, employment opportunities, and a wide variety of single family and multi-family housing. As one of the most active master plan developers in California, their breadth of experience includes Reuse of Mather Air Force Base (Mather South), Reuse of March Air Force Base (Meridian Business Park), Terra Vista, and Victoria Gardens. As active participants in the community, Lewis Planned Communities believes in getting involved and giving back with a strong emphasis on outreach programs that support and promote healthy communities, education, and youth organizations.Learn More About Lewis Planned Communities
California Capital & Investment Group (CCIG) is a Bay Area based full-service commercial real estate company with 30 years of experience specializing in commercial development, commercial brokerage, construction management, property management, and consulting. Led by CEO and managing partner, Phil Tagami, CCIG has served as master developer and construction manager for iconic East Bay projects including the Oakland Rotunda Building historic restoration and renovation, the Oakland Fox Theater historic restoration and renovation, and Oakland Global- the master planned redevelopment of the former Oakland Army Base. Known for its innovative and strategic approach to complex problem solving, CCIG has robust experience and expertise in the interdisciplinary coordination necessary to the success of complex infrastructure projects, urban infill, and new construction.Learn More About CCIG
Status: Entitled for approximately 3,500 residential lots (Pre-Development Stage)
The Master Plan is a mixed-use development including 3,522 detached and attached single- family residential dwelling units, and multi-family residential dwellings, commercial uses, a research and development park, an environmental education center, schools, parks, and open space features on 848 acres. The Master Plan distributes land uses in a manner that achieves comfortable walking distances between homes and the primary destinations of parks, schools, the Environmental Education Center, a Community Center, an employment center, and shopping and entertainment centers.
Status: 11,000,000 square feet of light industrial with 4,000,000 +/-, 1,290-acre business and industrial park, and a shopping center (Under Development)
March Air Reserve Base, was formally recognized as an Air Force Base in 1947. The approximately 6,500 acre base was designated for realignment in 1993 by BRAC. As a result, over 4,400 acres of the base became available for private development. The Lewis Group of Companies and Waypoint Property acquires the development rights and became the Master Developer in late 2015. Direct access to Metrolink located within the Park serves the different businesses.
Status: The former Oakland Army Base (“OAB”) is comprised of approximately 360 acres of land: ± 160 acres controlled by the City of Oakland, ± 180 acres controlled by the Port of Oakland, and ± 20 acres of public roadways and railroad right of way. (Under Development)
The Oakland Global Master Plan for redevelopment of the former OAB included the following scopes of work: 160 acres environmental remediation work, 180 acres of site preparation and roadway and utility infrastructure, 39,000 linear feet of track in a new manifest rail yard, 15 miles of private track connecting manifest rail yard to private developments, 72 acres dedicated for development of trade and logistics warehouses, 20 acres dedicated for a rail-to-ship bulk marine terminal, 15 acres of Truck Parking, 20.5 acres dedicated for relocating two local recycling facilities out of the West Oakland neighboring community.
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