The Sunnyvale Planning Commission is reviewing plans tomorrow evening for a mixed-use infill at 1124 West El Camino Real in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The development will open a new Toyota dealership on the ground level of a seven-story apartment complex. De Anza Properties, the property owner, is responsible for the application.
Dahlin Group is the project architect. The podium-style apartment will feature a collage-style facade treatment with a cacophony of colors, materials, setbacks, and private balconies.
The seven-story complex will yield around 482,240 square feet, including 30,270 square feet for retail. Apartment sizes will vary with 10 two-bedrooms, 80 three-bedrooms, 20 four-bedrooms, and one penthouse unit. The five single-family units will each offer four bedrooms with a multi-car garage. The apartment will feature a 369-car garage. Additional parking will be included for 123 bicycles in the apartment garage.
The 3.56-acre parcel is located along El Camino between South Bernardo Avenue and Grape Avenue. The dense residential neighborhood is not particularly walkable, but there are several restaurants, grocery stores, and shopping centers close by. The Sunnyvale Caltrain Station is about 40 minutes away on foot or 14 minutes by bicycle.
JMH Weiss is the civil engineer, and Jett is working on the building’s landscape architecture. The construction cost and timeline have yet to be shared. Demolition will be required for the existing car dealership and surface parking lot.
The Sunnyvale Planning Commission meeting is scheduled to start tomorrow, November 27th, starting at 6 PM. For more information about how to attend and participate, visit the meeting agenda here.