New plans have been filed for 3781 El Camino Real in Palo Alto. The project team will use Senate Bill 330 and the Builder’s Remedy provision to bypass the notoriously anti-housing local government, streamline approval, and construct over a hundred homes. Vittoria Management is the project sponsor.
A project application has been submitted for review proposing the development of a townhome community at 10065 East Estates Drive in Cupertino. The project proposal includes the construction of townhomes on a site that previously housed a commercial center.
SF BART recently submitted a preliminary application for the North Berkeley BART Station redevelopment along Sacramento Street in Berkeley. The local transit agency will use Assembly Bill 2011 to streamline approval with a CEQA-exempt and time-limited process. Once complete, the project will replace surface parking around the transit station with 739 new homes.
The City of Cupertino has approved plans for The Rise, a massive mixed-use proposal for thousands of homes, retail, offices, and parking garages on the former Vallco Mall property close to Apple Park. The green-lit project is a modified version revealed in December of last year, with a new towerless design, a remarkable shift from the previous plan. Sand Hill Property Company is the project developer.