Downsized entitlement permits have been filed for the mixed-use infill in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will replace a former Fry’s building with 74 new townhomes at 3200 Park Boulevard and new R&D office space at 340 Portage Avenue by the California Avenue Caltrain station. The Sobrato Organization is the project developer.
San Mateo Planning Commission has recommended approval for a mixed-use project at 500 East 3rd Avenue in San Mateo. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story building offering residential and office spaces. Windy Hill Property Ventures is the project applicant. Arizona-based Arc Tec is responsible for the design concepts. KLA is the landscape architect, and BKF is the civil engineer.
The San Mateo Planning Commission has voted to recommend approval of expanded plans for Block 21, a mixed-use development at 500 East 3rd Street. The proposal will replace low-density buildings with six stories of offices and over a hundred housing units. Windy Hill Property Ventures is responsible for the project.
The Sobrato Organization has received good news for plans to build new offices at 3000 Bowers Avenue in Santa Clara. The project aims to add a third of a million square feet of office space just outside the Lawrence Station Area Plan. The review process as part of the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA, has determined that mitigation measures will ensure construction has no significant effect on the environment.
Plans are under review for a five-story mixed-use project at 435 East 3rd Street in Downtown San Mateo, San Mateo County. Windy Hill Property Ventures is responsible for the development as the property owner. The development will create office space and five new homes as part of the developer’s extensive plans east of the San Mateo train tracks.