Titan has retained a team of NAI Capital brokers headed by EVPLuis C. Valenzuela to lease the project. The development willinclude a system of pedestrian walkways and trails to connect thevarious elements within the project as well as to link the projectwith adjacent commercial, office and educational venues throughoutDowntown El Monte.


The El Monte Transit Village, believed to be the largesttransit-oriented development in Southern California, will bedeveloped around the Metro Bus Hub, one of the busiest bus transitstations in the Western US. The transit-oriented development, whencombined with the adjacent Flair Business Park, will become one ofthe largest concentrations of commercial office space in the SanGabriel Valley.


Titan anticipates starting construction on the project in 2008and building it out over five to seven years. According to JohnLeung, president of the Titan Group, community involvement was thekey element in moving the project forward via the recent councilvote. Leung says that community involvement also helped to shapethe project as it was masterplanned over the past two years.

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