Fremont Warm Springs Community Plan
City of Fremont
The 850-acre Warm Springs Community Plan Area is one of the largest contiguous industrial areas left within Silicon Valley. While industrial in use, the future Warm Springs BART station, provides a unique opportunity for a jobs-focused transit oriented development.
Working closely with the City, key stakeholders, economists and other consultants, we are developing a forward-looking Community Plan, setting the stage for the next generation of commercial and industrial enterprises and mixed-use residential neighborhoods.
With the closure of the 5.4 million square foot NUMMI automobile plant in early 2011, the City of Fremont received a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce to develop a recovery strategy for the site and surrounding industrial area and a grant from MTC to develop on community plan and BIR. With much of the land vacant or underutilized, the 850-acre South Fremont/Warm Springs Study Area is one of the largest contiguous industrial areas left within Silicon Valley. While industrial in use, the area includes a planned rail transit station, affording opportunities for a jobs-focused and/or residential-focused transit oriented development. The Community Plan and EIR was unanimously adopted by Fremont City Council in July 2014.