Alameda Landing and Bayport
Alameda | California
The 218-acre site, once home to the U.S. Navy’s Alameda Fleet Industrial Supply Center and East Housing Area, is fast becoming a vibrant mixed-use community, bringing new housing, office and retail space to the City of Alameda and San Francisco Bay Area.View Project
Circle Point Corporate Campus
Westminster | Colorado
Prominent 90-acre office park with 1.3 million square feet of office spaceView Project
Crossroads at Firestone
South Gate | California
Grocery center with small spaces for lease<View Project
East Bay Bridge and Bridgecourt
Emeryville/Oakland | California
50-acre mixed use development helped achieve retail and residential revitalizationView Project
Union City | California
172-acre residential mixed use communityView Project
Granada Shopping Center
Livermore | California
6-acre grocery anchored retail developmentView Project
Kaiser Commerce Center
San Bernardino | California
Redevelopment of 588-acre steel mill into industrial parkView Project
LA Union Station
Los Angleles | California
Owned by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority since 2012, Catellus directed a landmark restoration of the historic Los Angeles Union Station including plans for compatible mixed-use development of 51 surrounding acres in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. As part of the redevelopment, Catellus painstakingly restored the interior and exterior of the historic Los Angeles Union Station built in 1939.View Project
Lakeside at Buena Park
Buena Park | California
346-unit lake-oriented residential projectView Project
Los Angeles Air Force Base
El Segundo | California
Unique land swap deal and development pan with US Department of DefenseView Project
San Francisco | California
303-acre historic waterfront redevelopment anchored by UCSF campusView Project
Austin | Texas
The former municipal airport has become an energetic hub for Central Austin and a showcase for sustainable development.View Project
Novus Innovation Corridor at Arizona State University
Tempe | Arizona
Novus Innovation Corridor will transform 330 acres of University-owned propertyView Project
Fremont | California
840-acre mixed use development, Northern California’s largest power centerView Project
Port Elizabeth Business Park
Elizabeth | New Jersey
72 acre business park near Newark International AirportView Project
Port Reading Business Park
Carteret/Woodbridge | New Jersey
Brownfield redevelopment of 315-acre distribution centerView Project
Prairie Glen Corporate Campus
Glenview | Illinois
92-acre business park part of redevelopment of Glenview NASView Project
Santa Fe Place
San Diego | California
A 15-acre transit oriented mixed use development near historic Santa Fe depotView Project
El Dorado Hills | California
Master developer for this 3,500 residential golf course communityView Project
Stapleton Business Center
Denver | Colorado
295-acre business park, the first large-scale redevelopment at former Stapleton International AirportView Project
San Clemente | California
3,510-acre master-planned golf communityView Project
Teterboro | New Jersey
A 65-acre mixed use development (brownfield) near Teterboro AirportView Project
Newport Beach | California
4-acre grocery retail developmentView Project
Tracy Lammers Shopping Center
Tracy | California
600 acre retail developmentView Project
Avon | Colorado
120-acre mixed-use project features large retail componentView Project
Victoria by the Bay
Hercules | California
206 derelict oil refinery on San Pablo Bay transformed into an 800-unit residential communityView Project
Playa del Rey | California
44-acre bluff top residential communityView Project
Catellus projects span the continental United States with a focus on high-growth metropolitan areas nationwide. Through private and public partnerships, Catellus projects demonstrate how former airports, closed military bases and vacated manufacturing sites can be transformed into thriving economic centers that create jobs, generate tax income, promote sustainable uses and build a sense of community.
A 218-acre former military facility (U.S. Navy’s Alameda Fleet Industrial Supply Center) is being transformed into a water-oriented, mixed-use development along the Estuary in Alameda, California.
This 90-acre development, which is one of the most prominent in the Denver Metro area, is entitled for 1.3 million square feet of Class "A" office space. Developed as a public/private partnership with the city of Westminster, the project includes 7 buildings ranging from 2 to 9 stories. Catellus completed work as master developer and vertical developer.
In 1976, after closing its rail yard, the City of Emeryville realized it had a wealth of redevelopment opportunities. Catellus’ 50-acre development of the East Bay Bridge retail district and Bridgecourt apartments helped the city achieve its revitalization goals. The project has 453,500 square feet of retail space within nine buildings. Large tenants include Target, The Home Depot, Pacific Sales, OfficeMax, Sports Authority and Michael’s. The retail project alone generates about $3 million in annual sales and property taxes for the cities of Emeryville and Oakland.
Catellus re-purposed this 122-acre parcel modifying the General Plan for residential use. Foothill Glen features 600 homes, an elementary school, parks and open spaces. A pedestrian corridor winds through the entire community, providing internal access to the school and ball fields. The creation of Foothill Glen required extensive work in a three-way partnership with the City of Union City and the New Haven Unified School District.
A former steel mill became a thriving business park in one of the most active distribution regions in the nation. Catellus purchased the 588-acre site in August 2000 with plans to redevelop the former steel mill location into a regional distribution center for the movement of goods. The Inland Empire area serves as the major distribution center for the southwestern United States. The site represents a major new development for greater Los Angeles and offers direct, on-site access to the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight rail lines.
Owned by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority since 2012, Catellus directed a landmark restoration of the historic Los Angeles Union Station including plans for compatible mixed-use development of 51 surrounding acres in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. As part of the redevelopment, Catellus painstakingly restored the interior and exterior of the historic Los Angeles Union Station built in 1939.
Lakeside was designed to bring a unique amenity to an infill site while helping to solve major site constraints. The infill nature of the project created the need to work with Buena Park city staff, local residents, the Airport Land Use Commission, the adjacent City of Fullerton and many other agencies and concerned parties. The objective was to create a project that was both fiscally responsible and acceptable to the many parties that could be affected by the development.
Faced with an aging facility and a surplus of land, the United States Air Force conceived a plan to utilize a first-of-a-kind land swap with Catellus to build its new Space and Missile Systems Center. The project required an act of Congress to permit the property exchange. Once approved, the Air Force and Catellus entered into the complex and innovative office build-to-suit project that took less than two years to complete.
Mission Bay is one of the most significant redevelopment projects in the United States. A collaboration between City of San Francisco and Catellus Development Corporation, Mission Bay is located adjacent to the AT&T Park and close to SOMA and the Financial District. This former rail yard has emerged as a thriving waterfront mixed-use community.
A 700-acre, mixed-use development well under way in Austin, Texas, spans the site of the former Robert Mueller Municipal Airport and will include 6000 homes (25% affordable) and 4.2 million square feet of office/commercial space, including more than 750,000 square feet of retail. All development at Mueller is LEED®- certified or meets equivalent Austin energy requirements for sustainability.
Novus Innovation Corridor will transform 330 acres of University-owned property adjacent to beautiful Tempe Town Lake and Arizona State University into a world-class urban community. The redeveloped district will feature a mix of new and renovated state-of-the-art NCAA athletic facilities and mixed-use private development.
This 840-acre mixed-use development in the Silicon Valley area of California includes more than 1.2 million square feet of office and light industrial space (an Office Depot distribution center) and 1.18 million square feet of retail, including 18 major anchors.
Located adjacent to the nation’s third busiest port, the Port Elizabeth Business Park is a much sought after location for companies needing modern distribution space in northern New Jersey. To address the growing demand, the state of New Jersey established the Portsfield Initiative, a long-term joint venture designed to help government agencies, developers and area cities transform brownfield sites or outdated facilities into more modern, state-of-the-art distribution centers near port sites. The Business Park is one example of the success of this state program.
Port Reading Business Park is anticipated to be one of the most in-demand industrial real estate developments in northern New Jersey. Located in one of the hottest development areas between the Meadowlands to the north and exit 8A to the south, the area is experiencing rapid growth in the demand for modern distribution space, particularly with the dredging of the Newark Bay/Arthur Kill channels. The deep-water facilities will permit the docking of larger container ships for distribution. Most of the current warehousing space within the area is outdated and does not meet the needs or the service standards for modern distribution.
Prairie Glen Corporate Campus at The Glen is a 92-acre business park and part of a 1,000-acre master-planned community created during the redevelopment of the former Glenview Naval Air Station. The development, situated on prime property on Chicago's North Shore, is home corporate headquarters and a 32-acre preserved prairie grassland.
This transit-oriented, mixed-use community offers office, retail, hotel and residential space. Located near the historic Santa Fe Depot train station, the project houses an extension of the Museum of Contemporary Art and serves as an inter-modal transit facility for the region.
Thirty minutes east of downtown Sacramento on the route to Lake Tahoe sits the Catellus development of Serrano, a gated, upscale golf course community. Created as a 3,500-acre, master-planned community, Serrano is entitled for 4,000 units. Major infrastructure improvements for the project included schools, commercial space, open space and roads.
Catellus developed the Stapleton Business Center (SBC) as a business park located in the northeast quadrant of Denver’s vast Stapleton Airport Redevelopment project, which includes residential and commercial properties located north, west and south of the property. The Stapleton Business Center encompasses 295 acres along the I-70 corridor and is home to 26 buildings with a total of 3.74 million square feet of industrial space now owned and operated by ProLogis.
Catellus and its partners developed Talega in a coastal environment, three miles from the Pacific Ocean. The final Talega land plan, which superseded a previous land plan, designated about 66% of the site as open space. This conserved the land’s natural terrain and reduced grading by 20 million cubic yards, preserving key ridgelines, valleys and tree clusters, and actually provided more land for development.
A 55-acre mixed-use development six miles from Manhattan and near the New Jersey Transit Rail Station and Teterboro Airport. This transit-oriented development includes retail, light industrial/flex space and a “Restaurant Row.”
In 2000, Catellus negotiated a partnership with property owner Magnus Lindholm and formed the Traer Creek LLC with the intention of creating a mixed-use development, known as the Village at Avon, along I-70 in Avon, Colorado. The ski town, located just west of Vail, was an attractive location for development and a good candidate for additional retail construction. Catellus constructed the infrastructure improvements, which included a new 1-70 highway interchange and a bridge over Eagle River connecting the new development from I-70 to U.S. Highway 6.
For more than 35 years, this 206-acre site situated on the San Pablo Bay in Hercules,California, was an active oil and asphalt refinery. The refinery closed in 1997, leaving the City of Hercules with a large contaminated parcel of land situated on coveted coastal property. Inspired by the property’s intrinsic value, Catellus designed, entitled and developed a master- planned community. Lot sales to homebuilders and subsequent home sales met strong market demand.