New Commercial Development Springs Up on North McCarthy Boulevard in Milpitas
Work is underway to transform a 10-acre vacant parcel near Dixon Landing Road and 880 into a commercial space featuring a mini-storage center, home decor retailer, and gas station. Toeniskoetter Construction, Inc. is the general contractor on the project, known as “Sprig Center.” While construction began earlier this summer, property owner McCarthy Ranch and local officials presided over an official groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, November 2.
“This is the first project McCarthy Ranch has worked on with Toeniskoetter Construction, and it has been an absolute pleasure working with everyone in the organization," said Joey McCarthy, Jr., COO of McCarthy Ranch. "They have a stellar reputation and have backed it up with great work and great people. We look forward to working with them again in the near future.”
Located at 1585 and 1665 North McCarthy Boulevard in Milpitas, the development includes Sprig Center Mini Storage, a new 110,629 square foot self-storage facility comprised of one 3-story building with an office and two 1-story buildings that will house over 800 storage units. When complete, the facility will be operated by Extra Space Storage.
Sharing the site will be Floor & Décor, a specialty retailer in hard surface flooring. Toeniskoetter will oversee the construction of a new 74,131 square-foot concrete tilt-up building to house that retail operation.
In addition to the building construction, Toeniskoetter is responsible for all of the site work, including grading/paving, underground utilities, and offsite improvements.
“Toeniskoetter Construction is proud to be working with the McCarthy family. This land is unique in that it has been in their family since the 1800s, and it is an honor to have a small part in its long history,” said Dan Amend, President & CEO of Toeniskoetter Construction.
Sprig Center was unanimously approved by the Milpitas Planning Commission last year. According to Milpitas Associate Planner Lillian Hua, the development will have a positive local impact, fostering “beautification, new economic business, and employment opportunities.”
Construction is expected to be complete summer 2019.