Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Multifamily, Condos, and Mixed-Use Development to Replace Silicon Wafer Plant

Proposed development layout (left), subject parcel prior to demolition (right)
The silicon wafer fabrication plant, which sat on over 34 acres at the northeast corner of 9th street and Bell Road, has been demolished to make way for a new mixed-use project. The Trellis on Bell will comprise of 306 multifamily units, 61 condo units, 38 single family residential lots, and five commercial mixed-use buildings. The undertaking is being led by Evergreen Development, who purchased the plant from Western Digital Corporation in December of last year for $7.3 million, or just under $235,000 per acre.

The plant, which was built in 1986, was home to such tenants as Western Digital Technologies and ST Microelectronics. It was used to produce 8-inch silicon wafers.

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