Greenbelt Alliance is pleased to endorse the Karlstad project in Sunnyvale’s Fair Oaks neighborhood providing 250 new homes across the income spectrum.
We’re excited to report that on January 25 the City of Sunnyvale approved the Edwina Benner Plaza Apartments by the non-profit affordable housing developer MidPen Housing Corporation. The development—named after the local civic leader who was first female mayor in California—will provide 66 new homes for low-income residents, along with community rooms, play areas, and after-school facilities, on an underutilized 1.32-acre lot.
Greenbelt Alliance is pleased that Redwood City approved the 1409 El Camino project by Greystar Real Estate Partners. With this exciting project, Downtown Redwood City is about to get even better!
Greenbelt Alliance is proud to endorse the MacArthur Transit Village in Oakland by Boston Properties, a smart project that will redefine what’s possible near transit in the East Bay.
SANTA ROSA, CA Greenbelt Alliance has endorsed the proposed DeTurk Winery Village mixed-used project located near the Railroad Square Historic District and future SMART train station in downtown Santa Rosa. If approved and built, it will provide 185 new apartment homes—15 of them for very-low income residents. “The DeTurk Winery Village meets our tough endorsement criteria for good growth in the downtown near transit,” said Teri Shore, Regional Director for Greenbelt Alliance… Read More
Greenbelt Alliance is endorsing the proposed DeTurk Winery Village mixed-used project located near the Railroad Square Historic District and future SMART train station in downtown Santa Rosa. If approved and built, it will provide 185 homes—15 of which will be for low-income residents. The project will incorporate the historic red-brick DeTurk Winery building, which withstood the 1906 earthquake. It will include approximately 20,000 square feet of existing commercial space within the rehabilitated… Read More
Greenbelt Alliance applauds the Menlo Park City Council for unanimously approving the Station 1300 mixed-use development project by Greenheart Land Company.
By Kevin Kelly In one fell swoop of the gavel, Menlo Park officials on Tuesday night approved the largest downtown project in at least a decade — and eliminated a lingering eyesore along the city’s main thoroughfare. “We’ve got a really ugly site on El Camino (Real) that we pass by all the time and we’ve got all these beautiful homes that we’re spending all these tax dollars on to maintain and… Read More
We are excited to announce that the Emeryville City Council has unanimously approved the Sherwin Williams project by Lennar Multifamily Communities. Greenbelt Alliance endorsed the project earlier this year.
At nearly 700 acres, Brisbane Baylands is one of the largest underutilized sites for infill development in the entire Bay Area. The Developer Sponsored Plan would clean up the contaminated brownfield site and provide a well-designed walkable, transit-oriented community for residents across the income spectrum, with a mix of homes and jobs, ample open space, clean energy, and other amenities.