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News - May 2, 2008

BART station apartments clear first hurdle

Plans for 350-unit complex, retail space moves on to City Council

by Janet Pelletier

Planning Commissioners were on board with plans for a 350-unit apartment complex next to the future West Dublin/Pleasanton BART station. They voted 4-1 to approve the plans, forwarding their recommendation on to the City Council for the final okay.

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Posted by Shelley, a resident of Downtown
on May 5, 2008 at 12:02 pm

It's kind of silly to think that since the development is TOD they won't need to provide the required amount of resident parking spaces. The only transit this development is oriented around is BART, which leaves the Tri-Valley. Will there be a transit hub with bus service connecting residents to any nearby shopping center? What services are around there that will provide residents with the fundamentals (groceries, pharmacy, post office, etc)?

Posted by Stacey, a resident of Amberwood/Wood Meadows
on May 5, 2008 at 9:28 pm

Maybe while not restricting what kind of retail can go in, I think it is entirely reasonable to have the developer provide incentives to the kinds of businesses that would be beneficial to the residents, especially if the developer is saying that 1 in 5 residents won't own a car (where do they get that data from?).