Mercury News article discusses development near the Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station, new commercial tenants in downtown and eastern Dublin, and the upcoming consideration of the new Downtown Dublin Specific Plan.
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Dublin Planning Commission approves option for lower density housing development a the East Dublin BART Station transit village. This townhouse option would provide a third of the units of the condo project option.
Dublin’s Planning Commission recently approved D.R. Horton’s request to have an option to build either a 105-unit townhouse project named Esprit or 300-unit condo project named Metropolitan. The 15,000 square feet of retail space at the East Dublin BART Station transit village originally proposed for Metropolitan will be dropped for Esprit.
Update – City Council approval: Dublin grants developer’s request for less dense transit-oriented housing – San Jose Mercury News.
In a joint Saturday meeting of the City Council and Planning Commission, Dublin officials will discuss the draft downtown specific plan and design guidelines.
The housing portion of the Windstar Communities development near the West Dublin BART station has been foreclosed and seized by the lender.
While the market for residential development is still weak currently, the great opportunity the site represents is reflected by multiple bids for the property, including bids from Windstar Communtiies (with new partners) and the City of Dublin.