The City of Pittsburg is collecting public comments about Bay Walk, a mixed-use plan to build nearly two thousand single-family homes, a hotel, and a commercial center building next to the city’s wetlands on the northern edge of Contra Costa County. Demolition will also be required for the now-vacant Pittsburg Power Plant, once the largest power plant in the Bay Area. The Danville offices of Integral Communities is the project applicant.
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A new residential project has been approved for development at 215 Skelly in Hercules, Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the development of 40 single-family residences. The project site will be divided into seven separate parcels. R3 Studios is responsible for the designs.
The City of Martinez has approved plans for a six-structure apartment complex dubbed the Amáre Apartment Homes in Martinez, Contra Costa County. The auto-oriented development will span six acres, creating 183 new homes between Arnold Drive and Highway 4. The Austin Group is the project developer.
City approval has been granted for a seven-story residential development at 6131 Bollinger Canyon Road in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The project, on Parcel 1A, is the very first residential project from the $5 billion CityWalk Bishop Ranch mixed-use masterplan to be approved. Related Companies is the project sponsor, and Sunset Development is the property owner.
Initial plans for a 284-unit apartment complex at 130 Market Place in a vacant portion of a shopping center have been nixed in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. After receiving an onslaught of community pushback, the centrally-located proposal, nearby City Hall, and public library will now create just 40 single-family units and four junior ADUs. TRC Retail, the shopping center owner, is responsible for the application.