South San Francisco, CA August 3, 2015
Update on Centennial Village: Last Night March 22nd, City Council denied 3rd Amendment to take away some of the Prevailing Wage agreed upon by Developer. Instead voted to go into default proceedings. Developer has 30 days to come up with new plan. After 30 Days, city will vote to cancel project.
The Centennial Village development to be built at 180 El Camino Real in South San Francisco has been delayed while some fine tuning is completed as designs for specific businesses are being completed. The tentative dates reflect a 7-month delay in construction, from September 2015 to April 2016. The project will be going before the Planning Commission and City Council to ask for modification to the Development Agreement possibly this August. The developer anticipates submitting construction plans in October and starting demolition in December. Construction would then begin in February or March of 2016.
Safeway will be returning and reports state CVS most probably will as well. A gym and Ross store are also expected among other businesses in this mixed use development. South City resident, Lucinda Denning who works at CVS, has reported a sign in the old Safeway announcing the Halloween Store will once again take up temporary residence during this 2015 season.
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