The Hercules City Council will discuss the sale of two city-owned pieces of prime land at their meeting on Tuesday night.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the council chambers, 111 Civic Drive.
The council will consider a proposed $5 million purchase agreement with Safeway's real estate development subsidiary for the 12-acre Sycamore Crossing property.
The plans call for a Safeway store with rooftop parking as well as a Safeway gas station and other retail development.
The land is located at San Pablo Avenue and Sycamore Drive.
The council will also look at an $8 million proposed agreement with Lewis Land Developers to buy the 17-acre property known as Parcel C.
City Manager Steve Duran said Lewis Land officials are planning a residential development on the property near John Muir Parkway, but they haven't determined if it will be apartment, condos, homes or a combination of those types of units.