Downtown Fremont is ready to get vertical! Join us on Friday, June 17, 2016 at 4 p.m., as we break ground on Locale @ State Street, Downtown’s first mixed-use project. The project is history in the making for the City of Fremont and has been made possible through a public/private partnership between the City of Fremont, TMG Partners, Sares Regis, and SummerHill Homes.
The event will take place on the corner of Capitol Avenue and State Street, with Fremont City Manager, Fred Diaz, kicking things off with a welcome speech. We will then hear a few words from Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison and Katia Kamangar, executive vice president and managing director of SummerHill Homes. The celebration will then be carried into the evening with Fremont Street Eats, a gourmet food truck event produced by the Fremont Chamber of Commerce and Food Truck Mafia. Event parking is available off of Fremont Boulevard in the lot between Fremont Bank and the Original Pancake House.
The Locale @ State Street mixed-use project will span across six acres and include 157 residential units, consisting of stacked flats and rowhomes. The community’s amenities will include outdoor spaces with barbecues, lush landscaping and seating areas for residents to gather, as well as a fitness studio and bike share program. The development will also include nearly 21,000 square feet of ground floor, street-front retail and restaurant space along Capitol Avenue – creating a vibrant urban experience.
“Our goal is to produce high quality housing located near jobs, transportation and existing services. Residents will enjoy an exceptionally designed community, as well as a convenient lifestyle in this centric location,” said Robert Freed, CEO of SummerHill Housing Group. “We are proud to put our name and reputation on Locale @ State Street, Fremont’s first mixed-use development in Downtown Fremont.”
Please join us for this momentous occasion which celebrates the success of the City’s Downtown efforts!
Assistance will be provided to those requiring accommodations for disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Interested persons must request the accommodation at least two working days in advance of the groundbreaking by contacting Alina Kwak at 510-284-4014 or by Email.