A new developer has filed preliminary permits for a townhome-style infill at 4335 and 4345 El Camino Real in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The proposal is significantly downscaled from the previous iteration, creating less than half the unit capacity. Summerhill Homes is the developer, taking over from the Toll Brothers.
SummerHill Homes has submitted preliminary plans for a new townhome-style residential complex at 90 East Tasman Drive in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The plan is the latest in a series to replace low-slung offices with housing in the South Bay. Once complete, the proposal expects to create 110 dwelling units.
Plans have been approved for the six-story apartment complex at 11 El Camino Real in San Carlos, San Mateo County. The proposal aims to replace a CVS Pharmacy and surface parking with 242 apartments. Palo Alto-based Summerhill is the project developer.
The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for the 334-unit residential infill at 210 Baypoint Parkway by the City of San Jose. The project aims to replace a low-slung office block with apartments and townhomes near the Baypointe light rail station and the Cisco corporate campus. Summerhill Homes is the property owner and developer.
Construction has topped out for the apartment infill at One Adrian Court in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The project will create 265 new homes within walking distance of the Millbrae BART and Caltrain station. SummerHill Apartments is the project developer.