The City of Pittsburg is collecting public comments about Bay Walk, a mixed-use plan to build nearly two thousand single-family homes, a hotel, and a commercial center building next to the city’s wetlands on the northern edge of Contra Costa County. Demolition will also be required for the now-vacant Pittsburg Power Plant, once the largest power plant in the Bay Area. The Danville offices of Integral Communities is the project applicant.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a new residential project proposed at 210 Baypointe Parkway in San Jose. The project proposal includes the development of a residential project consisting of apartments and townhome condominiums. Site demolition permits request for the demolition of an existing commercial building on the site. SummerHill Homes is the project developer.
Los Altos Planning Commission has approved a 100 percent affordable housing project for development at 330 Distel Circle, Los Altos. The project proposal includes the construction of a five-story apartment community offering dwelling units at affordable rates. EAH Housing is the project developer.
Initial plans for a 284-unit apartment complex at 130 Market Place in a vacant portion of a shopping center have been nixed in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. After receiving an onslaught of community pushback, the centrally-located proposal, nearby City Hall, and public library will now create just 40 single-family units and four junior ADUs. TRC Retail, the shopping center owner, is responsible for the application.
New plans have been approved for a residential project at 4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The construction will create housing, shops, and a new hotel, but crucially not the once-proposed offices that would bring the desired job growth near housing proposed in the Urban Village Planning. Miramar Capital is the project developer.