Atwater-Merced Expressway’s Phase 1A was deemed complete Friday, March 25, 2016, with a ceremony involving elected officials. The highway has cleared the way for the Ferrari Ranch Project, a 3 million square-foot development that includes retail stores, restaurants, a movie theater, hotel and medical center.
Atwater-Merced Expressway’s Phase 1A was deemed complete Friday, March 25, 2016, with a ceremony involving elected officials. The highway has cleared the way for the Ferrari Ranch Project, a 3 million square-foot development that includes retail stores, restaurants, a movie theater, hotel and medical center. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Atwater-Merced Expressway’s Phase 1A was deemed complete Friday, March 25, 2016, with a ceremony involving elected officials. The highway has cleared the way for the Ferrari Ranch Project, a 3 million square-foot development that includes retail stores, restaurants, a movie theater, hotel and medical center. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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