El Paseo de Saratoga has been approved by the San Jose City Council. The project would bring new density to an area defined by suburban sprawl along Santa Clara County’s western edge. Constructions will replace a portion of a strip mall with nearly a thousand new homes, offices, and a new Whole Foods grocery store at 1312 El Paseo de Saratoga and 1777 Saratoga Avenue. Sand Hill Property is the project developer.
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Planning commissioners show largely positive views on the proposed mixed-use development at 477 9th Avenue in Downtown San Mateo, San Mateo County. The project would replace a single-story commercial structure currently on the outskirts of the denser urban area with five floors of housing, office space, and vehicular parking. The Martin Group is the project applicant.
A draft environment impact report (DEIR) was published for a new mixed-use complex at 460 24th Street in Northgate-Waverly in Oakland. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use complex offering office and retail spaces on two sites. Plans call for the demolition of an existing building along with partial demolition of four other existing structures. Some of the existing brick facades will be integrated into future retail. Signature Development Group (SDG) is responsible for the project. Flynn Architecture is responsible for the design, and the Guzzardo Partnership is the landscape architect.
A new residential development is now open and available on the market at 563 Pilgrim Drive in Foster City. The project proposal includes the construction of a three-story residential community developed with 22 apartments and 70 townhomes with open and onsite parking space. KTGY Architecture + Planning is responsible for the design concepts. SummerHill Homes is the project developer. The Guzzardo Partnership is the landscape architect.
New renderings have been revealed for the seven-story residential infill at 300 Mosley Avenue, located in the Admirals Cove residential community in Alameda, Alameda County. Carmel Partners, who purchased the former Navy housing site in 2017, is responsible for the application. The proposal will create 227 homes along with new public open space.