Catellus, a national leader in mixed-use development, broke ground on the The Alameda Landing shopping center in Alameda, CA. The new center is part of a larger development that will include 77 acres of retail, residential and office components along with 9 acres of open space. The property was formerly a Naval air station.
The property will be geographically centered on the island with a regional draw from Oakland and Bay Farm Island. Construction has begun with a proposed opening date for Target of October of next year. According to Katie W. Singer, an associate vice president at Terranomics who is leasing the project, the other buildings are expected to deliver in or around the same time. The center will include two to three sub-anchor tenants, shop and pad space of approximately 58,880 square feet and outparcel space of 13,000 square feet.
Matt Kircher and Katie Singer of Terranomics are leasing the center. The project's master developer is Oakland-based Catellus.