The public is invited to attend the San Carlos Government Affairs Council meeting Friday, Jan. 11 for an update on the proposed Wheeler Plaza Redevelopment project.
The city's Community Development Director, Al Savay and Economic Development & Housing Manager Mark Sawicki, will be present the update at the meeting that will begin at 8 a.m. in the Community Meeting Room at the San Carlos Library.
Wheeler Plaza is a 2.4 acre site located at the southwest corner of San Carlos Avenue and Laurel Street. This City-owned parcel currently serves as a surface parking lot and includes four adjacent parcels - two retail buildings fronting San Carlos Avenue and one retail building fronting Laurel St. (formerly Foodville), as well as a rental housing building on the other side of the parking plaza.
The Wheeler Plaza project proposes to replace the existing surface parking and existing buildings with a new, mixed-use development featuring underground parking, ground level retail, and condominium housing above. The City's development partner, Silverstone Communities, has proposed a 108 unit residential building above a podium parking structure with new retail space on San Carlos Avenue.
To view the Government Affairs Council agenda for the Jan. 11 meeting, click here.
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