Bringing Concord’s Vision for a Connected and Sustainable World-Class Community To Life

Development of the Concord Naval Weapons Station
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Community Vision

The Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS) Project is a generational opportunity to fulfill the City of Concord’s vision for a sustainable, transit-oriented and mixed-use community with activated and accessible open space.


The community and City of Concord have envisioned the potential of the CNWS Project for two decades. Our team plans to bring these visions to life and create world-class neighborhoods where current and future Concord families and businesses can explore, grow and succeed.

The project’s design and development are guided by principles that utilize the landscape and communal vision to create a sustainable and economically viable area that will thrive for future generations. Our vision includes:

More than 12,200 homes, with 25% affordable housing

886 acres for parks, recreation and trail space

55 acres for school sites
(120 acres for a campus district)

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16 acres of permanent supportive housing

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10 acres for food bank expansion

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4 acres for a Veterans' Hall

$1.67 Billion
planned investment in infrastructure and environmental remediation for the project site
$336 Million
dedicated to habitat mitigation and Mt. Diablo Creek restoration

$495+ Million

in Brookfield contributions towards a tournament sports & city-wide park, library, community center, schools, fire stations and affordable housing subsidy

Project Updates

Planning Progress

The Concord City Council, sitting as the Local Reuse Authority (LRA), is the official body that authorizes final development approval. Project plans and development will go through the City’s Planning Commission during the approval process. Learn more about the history of the project by visiting the City’s website here.


As of March 2024, we are in the planning and zoning phase of the development process. This phase includes designing the layout, uses and features of the development, as well as engaging and receiving feedback from the community. The project team is developing a package of materials, including the Specific Plan, Environmental Impact Report, Disposition and Development Agreement and other entitlement documents to be submitted to the LRA for consideration in early 2027.

Recent Updates

Project Resources

Brookfield Term Sheet and Staff Report

In case you missed it, view our project team’s City Council meetings:

June 25, 2024 Meeting

March 19, 2024 Meeting

November 14, 2023 Meeting

Connect with us

Our team is committed to proactively engaging the community to receive feedback on the project throughout this process. It is our goal to provide you with a variety of ways to share feedback, ask questions and receive more information.

Calendar

Our project calendar highlights opportunities to engage with our team through open houses, workshops and meetings where we will provide project updates and answer questions.

July 2024

No events at this time

June 15, 2024

Brookfield Properties’ CNWS Project Open House.

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Contact Us

We want to hear from you! You can email our project team at [email protected] or reach us by phone at 925-430-7378.

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