The City of Menlo Park has approved plans for the large residential infill at 123 Independence Drive in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. The proposal will reshape an 8.15-acre parcel with 432 apartments next to an adjacent residential development. The Sobrato Organization is responsible for the development.
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The environmental review process is kicking off for a seven-story residential development at 380 North 1st Street in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The proposal, near the northern edge of Downtown San Jose, will replace a two-story commercial structure with 118 homes, including 18 affordable units. Msasa Properties LLC, an anonymous company, is the project applicant.
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.
The preliminary permit application has been filed for a multi-structure affordable residential complex around 675 East Santa Clara Street in San Jose. The plan will reshape the surface parking and make adaptive reuse of the historic first West Coast offices for IBM. The development is a joint venture with Core Companies and Eden Housing.
Preliminary permits have been filed for a new residential campus at 211-281 River Oaks Parkway in North San Jose, Santa Clara County. The plan will create 737 units across two apartment buildings and over a dozen townhome-style structures. Valley Oak Partners is the project developer.