The Hayward City Council approved the La Vista Residential Project by Eden Housing and The Pacific Companies’ (TPC), an infill and mixed-use development that will feature 100% affordable homes (176), a new school, and a new public park. Learn more about the La Vista Residential Project here.
The Livermore City Council voted unanimously to approve the 130-unit affordable housing community proposed for the downtown area by Eden Housing! Learn more about the Downtown Livermore Apartments here.
The City of Santa Rosa approved the Journey’s End project, bringing 532 new climate-smart, inclusive homes to the North Bay! Learn more about Journey’s End here.
The Peninsula Heights project was approved, bringing much-needed climate SMART—Sustainable, Mixed, Affordable, Resilient, Transit-Oriented—homes to the South Bay! This new development will transform four commercial buildings and their surface parking lots into a residential development providing 291 townhouses in San Mateo. Learn more about Peninsula Heights here.
The South Main Mixed-Use development was approved, adding 540 residential units, 530,00ft2 of office space, and 28,000ft2 of retail space to the El Camino Real corridor in Redwood City. Learn more about the South Main Mixed-Use project here.
The Ruby Street Apartments project in Castro Valley by Eden Housing was approved. This project will bring 72 new, 100% affordable homes to the Bay Area. Learn more about Ruby Street here.
The climate SMART project at 556 Ross Street was approved, bringing 109 “affordable by design” critically needed housing to Santa Rosa’s city center. Learn more about 556 Ross Street here.
The Bishop Ranch CityWalk Master Plan was approved, providing 4,500 new homes to the Bay Area! Learn more about CityWalk here.
The “Downtown San Mateo Opportunity Sites” project was approved, converting surface parking spaces into 225 affordable rental homes. Learn more about the Opportunity Sites here.
Greenbelt Alliance successfully and continually advocates for more livable communities close to jobs, schools, and shops. Just recently, we organized with partners and allies to win the approval of Terraces of Lafayette after 105 meetings over the course of a decade. First proposed in 2011, this development will provide 315 homes with 63 allocated affordable …
To ensure thriving communities, we were instrumental in new affordable housing policies for lands along Caltrain. Learn more about this win for affordable housing here.
Broadway Plaza was approved in Redwood City, a revitalizing project to the city’s Broadway corridor that will transform an auto-oriented shopping center into a people-focused space mixed with 520 new homes, office, retail, childcare, and walkable public pathways intersecting across the project’s 11+ acres. Learn more about Broadway Plaza here.
The Firehouse Square residential project was approved, bringing 81 new homes to Belmont. Learn more about Firehouse Square here.
The Artisan Crossing project in San Mateo was approved, creating 250 desperately needed new homes on the Peninsula. Learn more about Artisan Crossing here.
899 Alvarado was approved, bringing 687 new homes to San Leandro. Learn more about 899 Alvarado here.