Waterfront at Marina Bay
The Quarry is an 18.4 acre multi-family residential project located in the Richmond Marina in Point Richmond, California. New West acquired the site in December of 2016 and received its EIR and Specific Plan approval in February of 2018. The project is approved for up to 200 multi-family units located within 2 miles of the Richmond Ferry Terminal that begin operations in January of 2019.
Construction start is expected to be mid-2019.
La Entrada, a 2,200 acre Master Planned Community, is located in Coachella, California with 3 miles of frontage along Interstate 10. A true New Town, La Entrada has an approved Specific Plan and EIR for 7,800 residential units master planned in several distinct villages linked by over 550 acres of open space. Plans also include over 1.5 million square feet of retail and mixed use space, along with 175 acres of sports/entertainment uses at the planned freeway interchange located at Avenue 50 and Interstate 10. The Gateway Village is home to over 1.5 million square feet of retail and mixed use along with 175 acres of sports park and entertainment uses.
The freeway interchange connecting the project to I-10 is expected to commence in 2019 and open in 2021.
San Antonio, TX
Verano is a fully entitled 2,411 acre master-planned community located in south San Antonio, Texas. The project has over $40 million in existing backbone infrastructure and the 685 acre Texas A&M University, San Antonio campus as its centerpiece. Verano is entitled for 5,711 Residential Units, along with 201 acres zoned for Sports and Entertainment uses, 708 acres for Industrial and 96 acres for Commercial. A 234 acre town center is adjacent to the campus and includes high-density uses and encourages walkability.
The Waterfront is a 6 acre waterfront development site located in the Marina Bay area in Richmond, California. 740 residential units are allowed under the marina bay general plan. The site enjoys unobstructed San Francisco skyline views and is a 200 yard walk along the San Francisco Bay trail to the Richmond ferry. The ferry began operations January 2019, with 30 minute commutes to downtown San Francisco (San Francisco ferry building).