The Metropolitan Transit System board has approved a new apartment development that will house over 1,000 residents near the Grantville Trolley Station.
“This is a great example about how MTS can help address our region’s affordable housing problems and climate-action goals,” said Paul Jablonski, MTS chief executive officer. “MTS is committed to cultivating partnerships to redevelop our top-tier park-and-ride locations into transit-oriented developments.”
Construction is scheduled to begin June 2020 with occupancy taking place in June 2022.
MTS is aggressively cultivating partnerships to redevelop its park-and-ride locations into transit-oriented housing. Other properties targeted for development are:
- 12th & Imperial Transit Center – 1.5-2 acres (500 units)
- El Cajon Transit Center – 7.2 acres (400 units)
- H Street Transit Center – 3.13 acres (125-280 units)
- E Street Transit Center – 4.15 acres (170-390 units)
MTS operates 95 bus routes and three trolley lines, providing more than 300,000 passenger trips every weekday.
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