ICYMI: Fremont approves latest plan for long-empty Centerville site

FREMONT — If it’s possible for an urban planning site to be cursed, a 6.6-acre Centerville district parcel haunted by several past failed proposals certainly fits the bill.

Now, those demons might be exorcised at the long-empty property on Fremont Boulevard, where the City Council has approved plans to build 185 apartments and 28,000 square feet of retail.

“We think it’s a great project that would revitalize Centerville,” said Cliff Nguyen, a city senior planner.

BHV CenterStreet Properties, a Dublin-based development team controlling the land, is calling its proposal, “Artist Walk.”

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Chris DeBenedetti


  1. Whatdya want, Dan?

    We been busy doin’ important stuff . . . . like signing an MOU in Jaipur . .

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