Claremont Village Expansion Fact Sheet
Prepared by the City of Claremont - Revised by The Village Claremont.com Feb 9, 2008
Note: Information below has been slightly abbreviated/updated
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Objectives
  • Expand the number and types of businesses in Claremont
  • Keep the city's commercial areas competitive with other communities
  • Enhance the economic vitality of the City
  • Add new housing opportunities to the downtown area
  • Promote transit-oriented development opportunities
  • Reuse underutilized industrial area adjacent to the highly successful Village area
Village Walk Residential Project by Olson Company
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  • 173 condominium (Lofts, town homes and duplexes)
  • Rosa Torrez Park constructed by Olson Company and dedicated to the City of Claremont
Packing House Adaptive Reuse by Arteco Partners
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  • NOW OPEN ... Click to view The Village Claremont.com Directory
  • Restaurants including:
  • Three Forks Chop House, Casablanca Mediterranean Bar & Grill, Maui Wowi Coffee & Smoothies, Hip Kitty Jazz & Fondue
  • Shops including:
  • Packing House Wine Merchant, Edible Arrangements, International Glass & Bead, Studio Claremont, Replay Vintage Clothing, Abode & Beyond, and more!!!
  • Claremont Museum of Art and Museum Store
  • Claremont Forum and Thoreau's Bookshop
  • Work-Live Lofts
  • Shops and Offices by Tolkin Group
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    • Hotel Casa 425, a 28-room boutique inn operated by Four Sisters Inns
    • Five-screen, 816 seat movie theater by Laemmle 5 Claremont Theatre
    • Restaurants including:
    • Casa 425, Kazama Sushi, The Pita Pit, Cold StoneCreamery,
      So Fresh Salads and More, Jamba Juice, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
    • Clothing Stores including:
    • American Apparel, Amor Femina, Chico's, Celley's, Peyton Grey,
      Tally for Men, Too Blonde, Isabella Dees Clothing, O My Sole Shoes
    • Additional Shops and Services including:
    • Cloud Nine Fine Papers and Social Stationery, Cielo Mio Spa and Salon,
      Village Wireless and Ecoterra Health Market
    Public Parking Structure by City of Claremont (Now Open)
    • 477 Space Parking Structure
    • 6,000 square foot retail building lining street
    • Tenants including:
    • Bua Thai Cuisine, 21 Choices Frozen Yogurt, Bedol What's Next
    • Public Art
    • Second floor public plaza
    • Public restrooms
    Public Plaza by City of Claremont (Not yet finished)
    • Large water feature
    • Places to sit and relax with comfortable chairs and tables for dining
    • Performance Space
    • Public Art
    • Lined with stores and restaurants
    Projected Opening Dates

    January - April 2007:

    • Packing House- shops and restaurants along First Street (Now Open)
    • Packing House- second floor lofts and other businesses (Now Open)
    • First Street- Now open to traffic (Indian Hill Blvd to Oberlin)
    • Parking Structure (Now Open)
    • Parking Structure- retail tenants
    Summer 2007:
    • Tolkin Project- retail tenants (most are now open) and Hotel Casa 425 (Now Open)
    • Laemmle Theatre (Now Open)
    • Final unit in Village Walk Residential Development is occupied
    Note: Retail tenants and construction schedule subject to change. Please view DIRECTORY for updated businesses' list.

    Please plan to visit again soon and watch what develops.
    New Photos Added: August 20, 2007