The Downtown Dublin Preferred Vision (approved in 2019) provides a roadmap to improving the retail district of Downtown Dublin over the next 30-50 years and includes three main principles:
siting of the town square, an approximately one-acre park envisioned to become Dublin’s social center,
a new street grid network, and
the Downtown character.
The Vision is a guide and future development won’t necessarily look exactly like renderings shown on this webpage, however, the City’s consultants created these renderings to show one version of what is realistically possible over time:
View Looking into the Town Square
The Town Square is the central gathering space in Downtown Dublin. It is a plaza and a park that brings people together for a meal, to meet up, to go shopping or to relax during the work day.
Aerial View of the New Town Square
This view (looking south toward Dublin Blvd.) is set from one of the perimeter buildings that overlooks the Town Square. The Town Square is the central gathering space in Downtown Dublin, with a variety of spaces for all to enjoy and people-watch.
View looking north from the corner of Dublin Boulevard and Golden Gate Drive
The view across Dublin Boulevard is an extension of the existing Golden Gate Drive that connects to the West Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station. This gateway to the Downtown gives a peek into the Town Square and invites the community for a visit.
Aerial View looking north up the extension of Golden Gate Drive from Dublin Boulevard
From above, it’s possible to see how mixed uses are configured. Blocks are designed to allow for parking structures to be hidden by buildings that surround them. There is enough space for courtyards in the middle and to mix smaller and larger buildings.