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SCS Development Mixed-Use Community Reaches Environmental Planning Stage


SCS Development is inching closer to finalizing its development plans for a mixed-use community in Dublin, California, SFYimby reported. The 77-acre development, dubbed SCS Dublin, would be a mixture of hotels, apartment homes, shops and restaurants. The city of Dublin is preparing an environmental impact report for the project and accepting public comments through May 2.

The Dublin City Council approved the preferred plan for the property in February. The Alameda County project is slated to be 265K SF and have 650 units across three districts. One hundred of those will be affordable housing. Proposed developments across SCS Dublin include 225K SF of commercial use, broken out as 30K SF for family entertainment uses, 40K SF in retail shops, 75K SF in hotel space composed of 140 rooms, and 80K SF in indoor/outdoor recreational facility use.

The property is being designed by Field Paoli Architects.  

An earlier attempt from SCS Development to develop the site, which spans from Tassajara Road to Gleason Drive to Northside Drive, was rejected for being short on commercial space, as the San Francisco Business Times reported last year.

The East Bay has been a burgeoning market for multifamily housing and development, as developers focused on San Francisco have been stymied by increasing development costs and rent stagnation.