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.
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New renderings have been revealed for the affordable housing redevelopment of the Buena Vista Village at 3980 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The plan offers replacement housing for residents of the city’s only mobile home park as part of the 105 potential dwelling units. Santa Clara County Housing Authority is the project developer.
A few weeks ago, YIMBY visited Bishop Ranch in San Ramon to learn more about plans to build thousands of new homes in the business park. The 2020-approved project has been revised to include an additional 2,6000 units on top of the former Chevron headquarters, with plans to modernize their remaining office space with added flexibility to attract and retain tenants. During our visit, YIMBY got to talk with Alex Mehran Jr, president and chief executive officer of Sunset Development Company.
Irvine Company has filed preliminary plans for a residential development at 2518 College Boulevard in Santa Clara’s Freedom Circle Focus Area. The application is part of the dense master plan to replace a sprawling office campus with nearly three thousand homes and public open space.
Preliminary permits have been filed for a new six-story mixed-use development at 2154 MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland’s Dimond District. Initial plans show the project will expand a commercial structure and add 45 new homes on a surface parking lot. Dollinger Properties is the project sponsor.