New aerial photographs show plots almost entirely filled up after years of construction on the Wilder Subdivision, a new suburb in Orinda, Contra Costa County. It has been half a decade since the first residents moved into Wilder, a suburban project cut out of the former McCosker Ranch. At full build-out, there will be 245 single-family residences with access to communal and public amenities. Brooks Street is the master developer, via Orinda Gateway LLC, responsible for signing and planning with the city.
New renderings have been revealed for City Village, a 404-unit residential development at 2400-2440 Camino Ramon in San Ramon’s Bishop Ranch office park. SummerHill Homes will be building the project. Speaking with SFYIMBY earlier this year, President and CEO Robert Freed shared details about City Village and the firm. Construction could start as early as 2022.
New renderings have been published for a proposed 50-unit townhouse development at 166 East Fremont Avenue in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara. The project will demolish one low-rise commercial building and renovate another on the easterly portion of the existing Fremont Corners shopping center. The San Ramon-based True Life Companies is responsible for the development.
San Ramon’s Architectural Review Board is scheduled to hear plans for a multi-family proposal to develop 500 Deerwood Road in the Contra Costa County city. The proposal would create 57 units, of which nine would be priced at below-market rates. The True Life Companies is managing the development through TTLC San Ramon Deerwood LLC.
Development permits were submitted to approve the demolition of existing structures at 2850 West Bayshore Road in Midtown, Palo Alto. The project proposal includes reviewing the permits to allow the demolition and new construction of forty-eight three-story attached residential townhomes.