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Now is a great time to do business in Vallejo – a well-connected Bay Area city characterized by a great location midway between San Francisco and Sacramento, prime commercial and industrial areas, a highly educated labor pool and a diversified base of businesses led by the healthcare, education and government sectors.

Vallejo is a dynamic and proactive city dedicated to ensuring a high quality of life for all of its community members and businesses. It continues to undergo much in the way of commercial, residential, cultural renewal and redevelopment.The city’s revitalization efforts are concentrated in four main areas of the city:

economic development

• Mare Island constitutes one of Solano County’s largest commercial campuses, with future plans calling for approximately seven million square feet dedicated to commercial, office and industrial space. Among the targeted industries ideal for operating at Mare Island include: biotech, high-tech, industrial, manufacturing, medical, professional, administrative and maritime sectors.

• The Waterfront development includes plans for high-end residential homes, office and commercial space, along with restaurants, retailers and an upscale hotel and conference center. New parks, a waterfront promenade and an underground parking facility for the Vallejo Station Multi-Modal Transit facility are also included in the plans for this new 92-acre community.

industry

• Northgate, a 109-acre commercial and residential development, features a fantastic mix of retail, office, education and residential uses. Currently located at Northgate are 50,000 square feet of retail space, a neighborhood shopping center, the Vallejo Auto Mall, the modern Solano Community College-Vallejo Center and two gated communities – Hyde Park and Belvedere.

• Historic Downtown Vallejo is in the midst of a major redevelopment plan that includes transforming the heart of the city into three districts: the Arts & Entertainment District (anchored by the newly renovated Empress Theatre), the Residential & Retail District and the Civic & Transit District. Included in the plans for this 12-block area is the incorporation of new buildings with street-level retail and services, second-floor residential housing and an array of improved elements.

Further information and updates on these major development areas is available through the City’s Economic Development Division (www.ci.vallejo.ca.us or 707-648-4382) and the Vallejo Chamber of Commerce (www.vallejochamber.com or 707-644-5551).

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