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CARLSBAD: NCTD seeks redevelopment proposals for rail station properties

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(Photo courtesy: NCTD)

Carlsbad CA— The North County Transit District released a Request for Proposals on Friday, April 8, for redevelopment of two separate parcels of land at the Carlsbad Poinsettia and Carlsbad Village Coaster stations.
City Notes logo.NCTD is requesting proposals for mixed-use developments to accommodate transit operations, foster economically and environmentally sustainable growth, improve rider experience, and promote regional connectivity. These two stations offer over 16 acres of developable land in the vibrant, coastal community of Carlsbad.
“These properties offer an opportunity to create two transformative projects in Carlsbad,” NCTD Executive Director Matthew O. Tucker said. “Development at these stations will be centrally located near transit, major job centers and world-class beaches.”
Redevelopment of the Carlsbad Poinsettia Station could accommodate more than 140 residential units, including affordable housing, with parking for both transit riders and residents. This station is serviced by Breeze buses and the Coaster commuter rail, transporting future residents and other riders throughout San Diego County and Southern California. This site is zoned with a three-story maximum height and a density maximum of 30 dwelling units per acre.
The Carlsbad Village Station is located in the heart of Carlsbad Village and draws hundreds of thousands of riders per year. Redevelopment at this site could accommodate more than 300 residential units and offers the potential for more than 40,000 square feet of commercial space, while providing parking for both transit riders, residents and patrons. This station is also serviced by Breeze buses and the Coaster and is zoned with a four-story maximum height and a density maximum of 35 dwelling units per acre.
Redevelopment of these stations aligns with statewide efforts to increase housing density near transit stations and increase transit ridership.
Development offers are due by July 29. For more information about the sites and proposal request, visit NCTD Carlsbad Transit Redevelopment Sites.

— News release


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CARLSBAD: NCTD seeks redevelopment proposals for rail station properties