Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: Broadway Plaza Approved

Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed Broadway Plaza

Redwood City Council made the right choice on May 20th by moving forward with Broadway Plaza, a revitalizing project to the city’s Broadway corridor. MidPen Housing and The Sobrato Organization are partnering to transform an auto-oriented shopping center into a people-focused space mixed with new homes, office, retail, childcare and walkable public pathways intersecting across the project’s 11+ acres. The five years of hard work and collaboration put forth by the developers,… Read More

Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: Artisan Crossing Housing Project in Belmont Approved

Artisan Crossing Project

Greenbelt Alliance is excited to report the Artisan Crossing project by Windy Hill Property Ventures in Belmont was approved! Artisan Crossing is one of the first projects to move forward after the adoption of the Belmont Village Specific Plan, which provides a smart growth vision for the community and will hopefully catalyze additional infill development along El Camino Real. The City of Belmont also recently adopted an inclusionary zoning ordinance that requires… Read More

Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: The Las Juntas Way Community Approved

Las Juntas Way will create ample space and healthy opportunities for families to live, work, and play in Walnut Creek.

Greenbelt Alliance is excited to report that Las Juntas Way, a 100% affordable community by Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley, Inc. in Walnut Creek, has been approved.

Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: Millbrae Serra Station Approved

Millbrae Serra Station Rendering

Millbrae Serra Station will bring 444 homes to the area directly adjacent to Millbrae’s transit hub, making it a perfect example of smart, transit-oriented growth and an ideal candidate for Greenbelt Alliance’s Development Endorsement program.

Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: Gateway at Millbrae Station Approved

Gateway at Millbrae Station

Greenbelt Alliance is excited to endorse the proposed Gateway at Millbrae Station development by Republic Urban. This proposal is a smart step toward making Millbrae a better place to live and hope that it will inspire communities around the Bay Area to redouble their efforts to grow smartly.

Bay Meadows: A Smart Growth Case Study

A water view at Bay Meadows

Bay Meadows, a community in San Mateo, is an excellent example of smart infill development. The city transformed the aging Bay Meadows horse-racing track into a thriving neighborhood within a stone’s throw of the Hillsdale Caltrain station. Built with both pedestrians and cyclists in mind, the development included 15-acres of public parks and a mini-main street. This community opens new opportunities for families across the income spectrum to afford homes in one of the nation’s most expensive housing markets.

Los Gatos Approves New Infill Homes on “North 40”

Los Gatos Town Council has approved a smart proposal for a new walkable neighborhood on one of the city’s largest sites for infill development.

Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: 1409 El Camino Project

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 Endorsed: DeTurk Winery Village in Historic Santa Rosa

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 Endorsed: New Community at Brisbane Baylands

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.