We’re pleased to report that on March 1 the Mountain View City Council took our advice and approved the Evelyn Family Apartments, a cutting-edge proposal for 116 new affordable homes.
We’re excited to report that on December 14 the City Council of Daly City approved a proposal to transform a vacant lot into new affordable homes for low-income seniors.
We are very excited to report that on December 10, the Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board approved the Nexus, a mixed-use development on Telegraph Avenue, just five blocks from the UC Berkeley campus.
We’re elated to report that the Alameda City Council unanimously approved the “Site A” development proposal for Alameda Point at a public hearing on Tuesday, June 16. Greenbelt Alliance endorsed the proposal as a prime example of sustainable, equitable, transit-oriented development.
It’s official—San Mateo is getting some much-needed new housing. After many years of planning and delays, the Station Park Green mixed-use development has been unanimously approved by the San Mateo City Council.
The cost of living for seniors in San Mateo County is the highest in the state. While East Palo Alto has traditionally been a leader in providing homes affordable to all, this community is not immune from skyrocketing housing costs. The University Avenue Senior Apartments helps address these pressing challenges.
As the State of California’s budget gap grows, the UC school system is feeling the crunch. The cost of tuition and housing is rising, with students having to foot the bill.
Despite the sluggish economy, Walnut Creek is buzzing with proposed developments near downtown and close to the BART station
The City of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved the Lions Hall student housing proposal on August 11, shortly after Greenbelt Alliance endorsed it.
A new Greenbelt Alliance-endorsed project within blocks of UC Berkeley seeks to provide an affordable housing option for students who want to live off campus.