The Sebastopol City Council unanimously adopted the citizen’s initiative to renew the city’s Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) for 25 years, maintaining existing boundaries, and adding strengthened policies. Learn more about Sebastopol UGB renewal here.
ROEM Development’s Evelyn Family Apartments were approved, bringing 116 new affordable homes to Mountain View. Learn more about the Evelyn Family Apartments here.
The City of Sunnyvale approved the Edwina Benner Plaza Apartments by the non-profit affordable housing developer MidPen Housing Corporation. Just months later, construction began on the affordable housing project named after the first female mayor in California, Edwina Benner, who served as mayor of Sunnyvale from 1924 to 1926 and again from 1937 to 1938. …
The Brunswick Street Senior Apartments were approved, transforming a vacant lot into 206 new affordable homes for low-income seniors. Learn more about the Burnswick Street Senior Apartments here.
The Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board approved the Nexus, a mixed-use development on Telegraph Avenue, just five blocks from the UC Berkeley campus. Proposed by Bay Area-based infill developer Panoramic Interests, the Nexus will provide 70 suites for students and families. Learn more about the Nexus here.
The Residences at Railway in Campbell was approved, providing 157 new homes to the South Bay. Learn more about the Residences at Railway here.
The “Site A” development proposal for Alameda Point was approved, bringing 800 new homes to the Bay Area. Learn more about Site A at Alameda Point here.
Serenity Senior Apartments in East Palo Alto was approved, creating 41 new homes for very low and extremely low-income seniors. Learn more about Serenity Senior Apartments here.
After many years of planning and delays, the Station Park Green mixed-use development has been unanimously approved by the San Mateo City Council, creating 600 new homes for the Bay Area. Learn more about Station Park Green here.