The City of Hayward is preparing the Hayward Downtown Specific Plan to revitalize and enhance the Downtown City Center Priority Development Area (PDA). The proposed project would establish a planning framework for the 320-acre site to facilitate future development of new housing and retail; foster linkages to other neighborhoods and destinations throughout the city; and enhance the overall character and accessibility of Downtown Hayward; no construction is proposed as part of the project. Future development facilitated by the proposed project would be concentrated on four opportunity site located near the Bay Area Rapid Transit station along Foothill Boulevard. The EIR will evaluate the maximum potential build-out of up to 3,427 new residential units and up to 1,900,000 square feet of non-residential development.
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