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Overview

The proposed project is located at the corner of El Camino and Millbrae Avenue. The mixed-use proposal features a Hotel, Office, and Retail Promenade. The Retail Promenade spans from El Camino Real to the steps of the Station providing a vibrant mix of shops and restaurants. The project also features a Grand Plaza along El Camino allowing for abundant open space and venues for community and recreational activities. We aim to partner with the Millbrae community to deliver an award-winning project which will generate millions annually for the Millbrae community.

Reasons to support Millbrae Station

  • The Retail Promenade : The Retail Promenade allows for a variety of retail choice’s while providing a vibrant mix of shops and restaurants. Residents and commuters will experience an active paseo where the community can relax, shop, and socialize.
  • The Grand Plaza: The Grand Plaza located along El Camino creates new public open space available for civic and recreational activities which may include live music, outdoor classes, food vendors, and alike. The Grand Plaza will become the perfect open space to enjoy a nice view and relax while waiting for transportation.
  • Pedestrian Safety: From its inception, the project was contemplated from the perspective of improving pedestrian safety around the Millbrae Station. The project delivers new pedestrian, bike, and transit paths for the community. The project also responds to the community needs for safety across El Camino Real. The project includes a protected crosswalk at Chadbourn Avenue which provides the much-needed safety improvement for the Millbrae community. Pedestrians will finally have a safe connection through the Retail Promenade, across El Camino Real, to Chadbourne Avenue.
  • Revenue for the Community: The mixed-use project will generate millions to the community it will serve through a variety of revenue sources including transit occupancy tax, property tax, and land lease income.

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About the Proposed Project

For decades, the City of Millbrae has considered the area directly surrounding Millbrae Station a critical juncture for the city and the future of the Bay Area. With the prospect of California High-Speed Rail, Millbrae Station will expand its role as a multi-modal transit operation center, connecting residents and visitors alike to regional job centers and throughout the Peninsula and state. To that end, in 2018, the Millbrae City Council affirmed making significant progress in processing and entitle projects within the updated Millbrae Station Area Specific Plan (MSASP) as their number one priority for the year. The proposed project capitalizes on the intentions addressed in the plan and offers significant benefits to the community. Though the proposed project consists of roughly 1.0 percent of the total acreage of the City of Millbrae, its central location and extraordinary income generation potential for the city make it critical to develop responsibly.

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News and Updates

Another Millbrae Train Station Project Arrives

Millbrae officials studied Tuesday, June 25, an early proposal from developer Mark Calvano to build an eight-story commercial complex neighboring an eight-story hotel at the corner of El Camino Real and Millbrae Avenue where Peter's Café is located.

116-acre site plan OK’d: Millbrae City Council approves development policy for train station area

Following years of thorough planning and months of extensive deliberation, officials approved the policy guidelines laying the groundwork for future development in the 116-acre site near the Millbrae rail station.

$200M development at Millbrae BART goes full steam ahead

About 6,000 people pass through the Millbrae Caltrain and BART station each day, making it the largest intermodal terminal west of the Mississippi River. At the Millbrae station, planes, trains and automobiles whir by all day with San Francisco International Airport and Highway 101 next door. But no one really stops to look around because there's not much to see. The station's economic potential is stalling on the tracks for the 22,000-person city that has floundered financially.

Millbrae businesses unmoved by buyout

Following years of thorough planning and months of extensive deliberation, officials approved the policy guidelines laying the groundwork for future development in the 116-acre site near the Millbrae rail station.

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