Crews are wrapping up construction for the six-story apartment complex at 1095 Rollins Road in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The infill has replaced a single-story restaurant overlooking Highway 101 with 150 apartments, including some affordable units. The Hanover Company is the project developer.
The Burlingame Planning Commission is scheduled to review slightly expanded plans for 1855-1881 North Rollins Road, by San Mateo County’s southernmost BART Station. The commission is expected to vote on the project, which could add 420 new transit-adjacent homes, with even more parking on-site. The Danville-based Hanover Company is responsible for the applicant.
Construction work has topped out for the Winchester Apartments, a seven-story apartment complex rising at 500 Charles Cali Drive in San Jose. The development is part of a larger master plan from Pulte Group to replace the former Winchester Ranch Mobile Home Park across from the Winchester Mystery House and Santana Row. The Hanover Company purchased the apartment project from the Pulte Group last year.
A public review of the draft MND has been scheduled for a proposed project at 905 North Capitol Avenue in Alum Rock, San Jose. The project proposal includes the development of a residential complex on two non-contagious parcels. The project proposes the removal of 56 trees and the demolition of an existing single-family residence on the site. The Hanover Company is the property owner responsible for the development. KTGY Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
New plans have been reviewed for residential development at 1855-1881 Rollins Road at the north of Burlingame in San Mateo County. The proposal will create 405 apartments and even more parking, two blocks away from the Millbrae transit station. The Hanover Company, based in Danville, is responsible for the application.