City of Palo Alto

660 University Avenue view from Middlefield Road and University, rendering by KSH Architects

City Published Environmental Review for 660 University Avenue, Palo Alto

After nearly a year and a half of waiting, the City of Palo Alto has published the Draft Environmental Impact Report for a proposed four-story apartment infill at 660 University Avenue. With the Draft EIR published, the public will be able to provide comments to the city and the developer and proceed with the application. Mountain View-based Smith Development is the project sponsor.

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231 Grant Avenue pedestrian view, rendering by Van Meter Williams Pollack

Construction Starts on Teacher Housing at 231 Grant Avenue, Palo Alto

Construction has started for the four-story affordable housing complex at 231 Grant Avenue in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will open 110 units for teachers, school district staff, and their families, including staff in Santa Clara County and several southern San Mateo County school districts. The project has been a joint venture between Abode Communities and Mercy Housing.

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Palo Alto Homekey aerial view, illustration by Charles F Bloszies

Palo Alto Homekey Proposed for 1237 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto

Plans for the Palo Alto Homekey have reached the planning department, with an application for entitlement recently submitted and under review. The project is being developed by the City of Palo Alto in collaboration with Menlo Park-based LifeMoves. Once complete, the project would create a support services facility and 76 units of temporary housing for formerly homeless individuals.

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