The City of Sunnyvale has approved development plans for the construction of a 479-unit two-building project at 200 South Taaffe Street in Sunnyvale. The special development permit makes a significant step toward construction, ensuring that the existing environmental impact report is sufficient. The structure will be the final phase for the Cityline Sunnyvale project. STC Venture LLC, a joint venture between J.P. Morgan, Hunter Properties, and Sares Regis Group, is responsible for the development.
Articles by Andrew Nelson
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