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Overton Moore Gets Green Light on San Leandro Development

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Los Angeles-based Overton Moore Properties’ plan to redevelop a 13-acre former paper mill was unanimously approved by the San Leandro, CA Board of Zoning Adjustments. That ruling clears the way for a $45-million, multi-use warehouse to replace the shuttered Georgia-Pacific Gypsum drywall and paperboard mill, which will be razed.

The site, at 2000 Marina Blvd., is planned to include a two-story, 297,200-square-foot warehouse. Overton Moore plans to combine and integrate a traditional manufacturing building with a state-of-the-art industrial facility that complements the San Leandro Marina shoreline.

Demolition and site clean-up is scheduled to start in June 2017 and be complete by May 2018. Construction is slated to take roughly 11 months.

The four building mill closed in March 2016, and the property was subsequently acquired by Overton Moore last year for more than $16.6 million.

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