The City of Cupertino has received its first Builder’s Remedy proposal. The project would redevelop 20015 Stevens Creek Boulevard with a five-story apartment complex, including some affordable housing. However, Acclaim Companies has told YIMBY the plans are on hold.
Acclaim Companies has filed an alternative application for what is now a builder’s remedy-assisted plan to develop 3150 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The seven-story project, initially filed this June, aims to build 380 new homes on the 2.55-acre site. Communications with the city’s planning department show the developer is filing the second application in response to the department’s signal of disapproval for the increased housing.
New renderings have been published for the seven-story mixed-use project at 3150 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The filing will reshape the 2.5-acre property with 380 homes, including some affordable units, across from the city’s tallest buildings in Palo Alto Square. Acclaim Companies is the project owner.
YIMBY has received the updated rendering for the eight-story residential proposal at 3128-3160 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will create 380 new homes across from the city’s two tallest buildings, the Palo Alto Office Center. Acclaim Companies is the project applicant.
New plans have been submitted for an expanded residential addition to 3128-3160 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The plans have been increased since initial filing in 2021, growing from just 129 to 380 units across three addresses. Acclaim Companies is responsible for the application.