CenterPoint Properties Warehouse Project

Project Description

 CenterPoint Properties proposes to build three warehouse buildings totaling approximately 555,537 square feet on a 31.48-acre site in the unincorporated North Richmond area of Contra Costa County. The proposed project includes a tentative map which consolidates the site’s 19 parcels into 3 larger parcels, demolition of all existing foundations associated with former structures, as well as asphalt, concrete, fence poles, and retaining walls. 

CenterPoint Project - Aerial Photo

The proposed project also includes: 

  • Installation of approximately 129,719 square feet of landscaped areas (including bioretention areas); 
  • Construction of approximately 438 auto parking spaces and 266 trailer parking spaces; 
  • Construction of off-site improvements such as roadway improvements, 
  • Bicycle and pedestrian facilities, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, landscaping, bioretention swales, utility connections, and traffic calming improvements; 
  • Removal of seven code protected trees; and 
  • Annexation into the West County Wastewater District. Annexation is anticipated to occur immediately upon project approval and CEQA certification.

Location 

The project site is located at 506 Brookside Drive on the southeastern corner of Brookside Drive and Fred Jackson Way. The site is within unincorporated Contra Costa County. The project site and lands immediately surrounding the site are within the Unincorporated County with exception of the ball fields immediately to the south which are within the City of Richmond. (Reference Assessor Parcel Number: 409-300-037) (Zoning: North Richmond Planned Unit District, P-1)

  1. Project Milestones
  2. Draft EIR, Plans, and other Documents
  3. Contact Us

Current Project Status

The Draft EIR was released on Monday, November 15, 2021. The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will begin on Monday, November 15, 2021 and extends to Wednesday, December 29, 2021, until 5:00 P.M.

Prior to adoption of the Draft EIR, the County will be accepting comments on the adequacy of the document during a 45-day public comment period; the Draft EIR may be certified at a future date in a public hearing following the public comment period.  The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will begin on Monday, November 15, 2021, and extends to Wednesday, December 29, 2021, until 5:00 P.M.  Any comments should be in writing and submitted to the following address:

Francisco Avila, Principal Planner
Contra Costa County, Department of Conservation and Development Community Development Division
30 Muir Road, Martinez, CA 94553

OR emailed to Francisco.Avila@dcd.cccounty.us