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230 More Apartments Coming Soon To The Corner Of Salvio & East St. In Concord

by CLAYCORD.com
29 comments

It’s empty land right now, but there are big plans for the corner of Salvio St. and East St. in Concord. The Concord Village Apartments will be a 230-unit apartment project with 13,700 square feet of amenity space on a 2.3 net acre site at 2400 Salvio Street and 2401 and 2471 Willow Pass Road. Right across the street is another complex, the 181-unit Argent Apartment Complex. Click HERE to learn more about that project (it’s currently under construction).

29 comments


BagsFlyFree May 21, 2024 - 8:46 AM - 8:46 AM

If the sum of these new buildings projects does not add retail leases to the multiple bottom floor suites, the city should force a vacancy tax/lease discount, to allow non chain businesses to flourish and serve the tenants within the building and community. Ever since the Renaissance debacle, the city planners have had zero luck getting a single business to bite on new retail in a downtown mixed use property. Find a solution VB and Birsan and Co.

BFF Out!!

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Itsme May 21, 2024 - 9:27 AM - 9:27 AM

There is no convenient parking for businesses on the ground floor…..go figure

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Nightcrawler May 21, 2024 - 8:46 AM - 8:46 AM

When the price for a 1 Bedroom 500 Sq FT apartment is at $2500 a month minimum, everyone will need to apply for affordable housing at this point..

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Chester E. Kitty May 21, 2024 - 9:13 AM - 9:13 AM

Oh goody … more traffic!!

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Mika May 21, 2024 - 9:24 AM - 9:24 AM

Do they take into consideration the impact on infrastructure, I.e., power, water, parking, traffic, etc.?

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THE BLACK KNIGHT May 21, 2024 - 9:22 PM - 9:22 PM

MIKA,
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NOPE!!!
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The Concord City Council has sold these downtown high-rise high-density apartments as basically car-free developments. This is also how they’ve sold development of the former Concord Naval Weapons Station, by telling existing Concord residents that these new residents won’t cause further parking and traffic issues because they won’t own or travel by car, their preferred modes of travel will be walking, biking, bussing, and BARTing, but should they own or travel by car they’ll never need to leave the former CNWS property because everything they’ll need and desire in life will be found on the former CNWS property.

Just Saying May 21, 2024 - 10:12 AM - 10:12 AM

They should be building a parking garage there instead.

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Common Sense? May 22, 2024 - 11:04 AM - 11:04 AM

But “Just Saying”, Hey have blocked building garage parking for our hospital (which is disparately needed), you think they would approve any new garage parking structure? They want the revenue business and housing will bring. They don’t care no one will be able to access them.

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THE BLACK KNIGHT May 22, 2024 - 12:48 PM - 12:48 PM

COMMON SENSE?,
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They believe cars are going away and that parking garages will be empty in the near future.

Fed Up May 22, 2024 - 3:26 PM - 3:26 PM

Fantasy!!

Original G May 21, 2024 - 11:00 AM - 11:00 AM

antioch made mistake of allowing high density residential.
Think they’re up to five murders already this year and over 500 vehicles stolen.

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Andy May 21, 2024 - 11:29 AM - 11:29 AM

Can you say “Gridlock”?

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Sarah Horowitz May 21, 2024 - 11:49 AM - 11:49 AM

Agenda 21/30 Plan in full effect. Just wait until traffic gets more congested, not to.mention crime increases even more rapidly. Our infrastructure is already in peril yet the City Council prostitutes just keep taking money from developers to further destroy our city.

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THE BLACK KNIGHT May 21, 2024 - 10:50 PM - 10:50 PM

SARAH HOROWITZ,
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The Concord City Council signed onto the ABAG/MTC “Plan Bay Area/One Bay Area” of a decade ago, which called for enough new downtown Concord apartment housing projects to house 22,000 new residents. Every time the Concord City Council takes an ABAG or MTC grant, which they look at as “FREE MONEY,” they come with conditions attached.

ON DA May 21, 2024 - 1:04 PM - 1:04 PM

Complete Pig Stye.

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domo May 21, 2024 - 1:56 PM - 1:56 PM

Great – more high rise high density housing that will go vacant …rents will be too high …surrounding infrastructure hasn’t been improved for this just like in WC …. traffic will get incrementally worse …. why not put this kind of massive development before the voters? .. oh yeah, brings revenue to the city and in the pocket developers

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Joan Monroy May 21, 2024 - 1:58 PM - 1:58 PM

Are they going to be senior apartments?

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THE BLACK KNIGHT May 21, 2024 - 10:07 PM - 10:07 PM

JOAN MONROY,
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Highly unlikely! The Concord City Council is interested in attracting younger high-income earning individuals to complete their vision of downtown Concord.

V May 21, 2024 - 2:32 PM - 2:32 PM

Isn’t there an earthquake fault/fissure there somewhere ?
HAHAHAHA

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Angry American May 21, 2024 - 3:09 PM - 3:09 PM

Kind of funny…. are they waiting for Concord to meet their “affordable housing” goal before they build on the corner of Concord and Galindo only to build luxury appts. there ? “Oh wait!!!! isn’t our population in decline???”
https://www.healthdata.org/news-events/newsroom/news-releases/lancet-dramatic-declines-global-fertility-rates-set-transform
https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2023/population-projections.html

I am so confused (sarcasm)

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THE BLACK KNIGHT May 21, 2024 - 9:43 PM - 9:43 PM

ANGRY AMERICAN,
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This lot and the lot across the street, which is currently under construction, are privately owned, but the Galindo Street/Concord Boulevard/Clayton Road property is owned by the City of Concord, so, it’s likely to have even more affordable housing units than the privately owned properties. The last time a developer wanted to build on the property, it was the lack of affordable housing units in the propossed development that largely killed the project, but our lying, cheating, corrupt, preacher, and Assemblyman, Tim Grayson also helped to kill the deal. They do however want to make downtown Concord a high-income neighborhood.

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SF oh May 21, 2024 - 3:37 PM - 3:37 PM

They’re trying so hard to ruin Concord. Why?

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THE BLACK KNIGHT May 21, 2024 - 9:59 PM - 9:59 PM

SF OH,
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It was about a decade ago that the City of Concord signed onto the ABAG/MTC “One Bay Area/Plan Bay Area” which required enough new construction apartments in downtown Concord to house 22,000 individuals. The Concord City Council refuses to push back against state government and our unelected and unaccountable regional government agencies demanding more housing be built, but they also get away with it because the citizens and residents of Concord largely have absolutely no idea what’s going on in their city until it’s too late and a project has been approved or construction has begun.

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Paul May 21, 2024 - 4:37 PM - 4:37 PM

We have to get ready for the newcomers.

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whenwilltheylearn May 21, 2024 - 5:50 PM - 5:50 PM

the next burning building

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Cautiously Informed May 21, 2024 - 6:15 PM - 6:15 PM

Welcome to the new Los Angeles, everyone.

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PO'd May 22, 2024 - 11:51 AM - 11:51 AM

Scott Weiner must be delighted.

cornfed May 23, 2024 - 9:38 PM - 9:38 PM

So glad we’re gone.

nunya May 27, 2024 - 6:42 PM - 6:42 PM

Yay more apartments that people can’t afford even with multiple jobs… Might as well be a giant paper weight.


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