Vol 2 Edition 2
Welcome to Reimagining Sequoia Station, a newsletter highlighting the local and regional benefits the redevelopment of Sequoia Station will create. This edition will dive into the tremendous community benefits made possible by the Redevelopment of Sequoia Station.
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The Sequoia Station project team will begin hosting in-person and virtual office hours to say hello and answer community questions about the project. These sessions also offer an opportunity for the community to provide feedback on the project’s retail and public space amenities. We hope to see you at these upcoming sessions!
Virtual office hours will be held from 10 – 11 AM on the following days:
Friday, April 14
Friday, May 12
Friday, June 9
Friday, July 14
Friday, August 11
In-person office hours will be held at Sequoia Station (outside the former Mattress Discounters storefront) at 1035 El Camino Real, Redwood City, CA from 10 – 11 AM on the following days:
Sequoia Station will provide important community benefits that align with Redwood City’s strategic priorities – housing, transportation, and children and youth – while centering equity, access, and sustainability throughout the project. The redevelopment of the outdated Sequoia Station shopping center is necessary to fully realize the infrastructure and housing benefits of the Transit District adopted last fall, including building a significant amount of high-quality affordable housing directly adjacent to transit – a key priority within Redwood City. Let’s review some of Sequoia Station’s central community benefits!
The Sequoia Station team enjoyed meeting hundreds of local teens and their family members at the 11th annual Orgullo y Educación (OYE) Latinx Youth Conference last month. We were thrilled to have so many young Redwood City residents stop by our booth to share their thoughts on what they would like to see at the reimagined Sequoia Station. Thank you to all who came by and provided feedback!
Please get in touch to arrange a workshop for your neighborhood or community group. You can also email us to be added to an interest list for future workshops.
As a reminder, our team is available to meet and provide project updates to interested community members. If you have any questions or would like to request a presentation from the project team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit sequoiacentervision.com.