A new residential project has been proposed for development at 38600 Cedar Boulevard in Newark, Alameda County. The project proposal includes the construction of 14 new residential buildings offering townhomes. Plans call for the demolition…
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Construction has started for the new two-story townhome complex at 600 Hartz Avenue in Danville, Contra Costa County. The plan has replaced the FAZ restaurant with 37 new homes and ground-level retail. The Address Company is the project’s developer.
Conceptual plans have been published for the 117-unit residential project at 3401 Crow Canyon Road in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The proposal, dubbed the Iron Horse Village, would replace commercial buildings with low-density detached and attached housing. Nearon Enterprises, an investment company, based in Walnut Creek, is listed as the property owner. Lennar is the project developer.
A residential project has been proposed at 2301 Columbia Avenue in the Southwest Annex neighborhood, Richmond City. The project proposal includes the development of a landscaped residential community of three-story townhome-style condominiums with a few affordable housing units. Plans call for the retention of the exisiting development on the site. The exisiting development is not a part of the proposed project. City Ventures is the project applicant. WHA Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
SummerHill Homes is planning to break ground next week on City Village, an expansive residential development in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. This follows the recent announcement that Sunset Development Company has officially sold the 31-acre parcel at 2400 Camino Ramon to SummerHill Homes, as Sunset is working on its own mixed-use redevelopment of the successful Bishop Ranch office park.