Lost Worlds would be the sole occupant of the Daughtrey building, occupying about 25,000 square feet on the first floor and most of the basement, according to David Greensfelder, the developer for the county-owned building, The building’s second floor mezzanine would not be developed. The Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) between Greensfelder and Alameda County “allows […]
Developer David Greensfelder will be at Monday’s Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) meeting to describe plans to transform the Daughtrey’s department store building on Castro Valley Boulevard into a giant indoor playground. In an email to Castro Valley Matters, Greensfelder confirmed his plan to develop the long-abandoned, county-owned building into a “Lost Worlds Adventures,” which currently […]
The provisions in the developer contract for the Daughtrey building highlight the lack of local control in Castro Valley.
We’ve been reading the developer agreement for the Daughtrey’s Building, trying to understand what Castro Valley will get out of it, and what say, if any, we will have in it. Section 6.2 (page 25) of the agreement stipulates: “The Developer acknowledges that certain proposed uses, and/or tenants of the Property, as more particularly described […]
The Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) has been released regarding the purchase of the Daughtrey’s building from the County which purchased it in 2011. The building has not had a permanent tenant in over ten years. The DDA is comprehensive in its scope, but has some very definite time deadlines. These are all spelled out […]