The South San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to vote today on plans for a three-parcel mixed-use development project at 180 El Camino Real, close to the San Bruno BART Station in San Mateo County. The proposal, phase two for the block, will create 183 new homes and 750,000 square feet for life sciences. Steelwave is the developer.
180 El Camino Real
A proposal will be heard by the City of South San Francisco for the replacement Safeway grocery store at 180 El Camino Real in South San Francisco in San Mateo County. Tomorrow’s meeting will occur over half a decade after the multi-tenant 180 El Camino strip mall was closed in preparation for a transit-oriented mixed-use development that hasn’t materialized. Now, the property has been purchased by SteelWave, and plans are moving ahead.