California State Route 238 Corridor Lands - Parcel Groups

PG 1 & 10 area: roughly 25 acres

 

The City Council approved a 472 mixed-income, multi-family rental and for-sale townhome-style unit and retail development proposal from William Lyon Homes in May 2018. This project was the subject of a Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City and William Lyon Homes. It also included the acquisition of parcels owned by the Alameda County Flood Control District and the Bay Area Rapid Transit District as well as a land swap between the City and the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District.

Zoning: Median Density Residential, Retail and Office Commercial

 

Area: 8.75 acres

 

The City entered into an Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement with the True Life Companies in April 2018. The True Life Companies proposal contemplates the development of a mixed-use 190-unit development. 

PG 3 Zoning: Single Family Residential, Limited Medium Density Residential, Open Space

 

PG 3 Area: 28.5 acres

 

PG 4 Zoning: Open Space, Surburban Density Residential

 

PG 4 Area: 80.7 acres

 

The City Council approved the issuance of Requests for Proposals for Parcel Groups 3 & 4 in April 2018. Following this process, the City entered into an Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement (ENRA) with Eden Housing and the Pacific Companies for the acquisition of both parcel groups in July 2018.

 

Eden Housing and the Pacific Companies proposal contemplates the development of mixed income housing and a charter school primarily within the boundaries of Parcel Group 3.

Zoning: Residential Natural Preserve, Open Space

 

Area: 37.22 acres

 

The City is currently working with consultant Design Workshop to develop a Route 238 Master Development Plan. This process will allow the City to facilitate the public input process, plan associated infrastructure upgrades, and conduct the environmental analysis needed. Upon completion of the Master Development Plan, the parcel groups will be offered for sale through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to evaluate specific development plans submitted.

 

The City will be demolishing all vacant housing in the Bunker Hill neighborhood over the next couple months. The tentative schedule is as follows:

 

October 2018—Open Bids for Demolition Project

November 2018—Award of Contract

January 2019—Demolitions Begin

March 2019—Project Complete

 

Any questions regarding this project can be send to Kevin Briggs, Project Manager at Kevin.Briggs@hayward-ca.gov

Zoning: Open Space, Sustainable Mixed-Use

 

Area: 29.42 acres

 

The City is currently working with consultant Design Workshop to develop a Route 238 Master Development Plan. This process will allow the City to facilitate the public input process, plan associated infrastructure upgrades, and conduct the environmental analysis needed. Upon completion of the Master Development Plan, the parcel groups will be offered for sale through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to evaluate specific development plans submitted.

Zoning: Urban General Zone, Urban General Zone-Commercial Overlay Zone 2

 

Area: 9.75 acres

 

The City entered into an Exclusive Negotiating Rights Agreement with BMODDRE2, LLC in October 2018. Their proposal contemplates the development of a new, brand name auto dealership.

Zoning: Neighborhood Commercial-Residential, Medium Density Residential, General Commercial, Open Space

 

Area: 18.86 (13.26 acres located in unincorporated Alameda County)

 

The City is currently working with consultant Design Workshop to develop a Route 238 Master Development Plan. This process will allow the City to facilitate the public input process, plan associated infrastructure upgrades, and conduct the environmental analysis needed. Upon completion of the Master Development Plan, the parcel groups will be offered for sale through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to evaluate specific development plans submitted. Additionally, the City is collaborating with Alameda County in the development of conceptual proposals

Zoning: High Density Residential, Commercial Office, Public Facilities, General Commercial

 

Area: 4.26 (1.59 acres located in unincorporated Alameda County)

 

The City is currently working with consultant Design Workshop to develop a Route 238 Master Development Plan. This process will allow the City to facilitate the public input process, plan associated infrastructure upgrades, and conduct the environmental analysis needed. Upon completion of the Master Development Plan, the parcel groups will be offered for sale through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to evaluate specific development plans submitted. Additionally, the City is collaborating with Alameda County in the development of conceptual proposals