CBRE’s Reg Kobzi will represent the landlord, VCVP, a local development group headed by Napoleon Zervas, in the leasing process. Will Rogers is the architect for the project.
Village Station is under construction and will be located on Valley Center Road, one of Valley Center’s highest traffic streets. The architectural design of Village Station is influenced by historical buildings that existed between the late 1800s and early 1900s in the area, such as a train station, post office, cotton mill, rubber station and Mission-style church.
“Village Station will provide much-needed retail for the residents of Valley Center,” said Kobzi. “This is truly an amazing project that will embrace the rich history of the Valley Center community and its deep impact on the growth of Southern California.”
The project will also include a water park, outdoor garden, coffee shop, boutique retailers and restaurants with outdoor dining. Many of the buildings will reference historical events such as the American Civil War and the discovery of the largest California grizzly bear in 1866.