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.
The Santa Clara City Council approved the Agrihood project, providing 361 new homes—half of which will be affordable—as well as community spaces and a teaching farm on a 5.8-acre infill site in the center of the city. Learn more about The Agrihood here.
The Las Juntas Way community by Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley, Inc. in Walnut Creek was approved. This 100% affordable community will feature 42 new townhomes across from the Contra Costa Centre Transit Village—a welcome addition to a major transit hub and job center in the heart of Contra Costa County. Learn more about …
The Millbrae Serra Station development was approved. This dynamic proposal will transform 3.5 acres of underutilized land just steps away from both BART and Caltrain into a thriving, transit-oriented community with 444 homes, shops, and new job opportunities for the community. Learn more about Serra Station here.
After years of delay, the Gateway at Millbrae Station was finally approved by the Millbrae City Council. This project will transform a vast BART parking lot into a thriving, transit-oriented community with 400 new homes at the doorstep of both BART and Caltrain. Learn more about The Gateway at Millbrae Station here.
The Bradford Senior Housing project by MidPen Housing was approved in Redwood City after more than a decade of work to transform a vacant downtown lot into 117, 100% affordable homes for seniors. Learn more about Bradford Senior Housing here.
In Sunnyvale, a two-bedroom apartment rents for over $3,200 per month. The city and its residents are hoping to address this urgent affordability problem and get growth right by planning for more homes as part of their El Camino Real plan. Greenbelt Alliance is working with resident groups like Sunnyvale Cool, advocates like Sue Serrone, …
The Los Gatos Town Council approved the North 40 project, a smart development that will create 335 new homes in a walkable neighborhood on one of the city’s largest sites for infill development. Learn more about North 40 here.
After months of legal delays, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Frank Roesch affirmed the approval of the Walnut Residences community, providing 632 new homes just a short walk from Fremont’s downtown BART station. Learn more about the Walnut Residences here.
The Mountain View City Council unanimously approved the 2700 West El Camino project by SummerHill Apartment Communities, bringing 211 new homes to Silicon Valley. Learn more about 2700 West El Camino here.
The Karlstad project in Sunnyvale’s Fair Oaks neighborhood was approved, bringing 250 new homes to the South Bay. Learn more about Karlstad here.
Habitat for Humanity’s 612 Jefferson was approved, bringing 20 new homes to Redwood City. Learn more about 612 Jefferson here.
Redwood City approved the 1409 El Camino project by Greystar Real Estate Partners, creating 350 new homes for the Bay Area. Learn more about 1409 El Camino here.
The Oakland City Council unanimously approved the MacArthur Transit Village, adding 402 new homes to Oakland right next to BART. Learn more about the MacArthur Transit Village here.