Construction has topped out for the three largest structures in the transit-adjacent development at 1175 Aster Avenue in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. The project is bringing 741 new units of housing and parking for over a thousand cars directly across from Caltrain’s Lawrence Station platform, connecting residents from San Jose to San Francisco. Olympic Residential Group is the lead developer, with townhomes by the Toll Brothers.
A new multifamily residential project has been proposed for development at 675 Trade Zone Boulevard and 1951 Tarob Court in Milpitas. The project proposal includes the construction of 13 three-story townhomes and Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). The project will demolish two industrial buildings and 55 ordinance-size trees on the site. Geomax is the property owner. Toll Brothers is the project developer. SDG Architects is responsible for the designs. R3 Studios Inc is the landscape architect.
A new residential project has been proposed for development at 4345 El Camino Real in Barron Park, Palo Alto. The project proposal includes the development of multiple family residences on two property lots. If developed, the project will replace Creekside Inn, a commercial property, on the site. Toll Brothers is the project developer.
Just over three months after permits were originally filed, the city of Dublin has approved the construction for a new batch of single-family houses in the Knolls at Tassajara Hills in Dublin, Alameda County. Nineteen permits were approved and issued along Delamar Drive and Lembert Hills Drive. Toll Brothers is responsible for the 258-unit development.
Permits have been filed for seven of ninety-five single-family residences within the Iron Oaks at Alamo Creek development in Danville, Contra Costa County. The project will add a new addition of multi-million dollar units to one of the Tri-valley area’s affluent and low-density-zoned cities. The Toll Brothers will be responsible for the development.