Construction crews have topped out the six-story residential development dubbed 1910 NOMA in Walnut Creek, a burgeoning semi-urban center in Contra Costa County. Located at 1910 North Main Street, the project is rising across from Target and within walking distance of the city’s BART Station. Anton Development is responsible for the development.
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Pre-application has been filed seeking the approval of large-scale residential development in Discovery Bay, Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the construction of a 2,900-unit subdivision community. TES Development is the project developer.
A general application has been filed seeking the approval of an apartment building along Pacheco Boulevard in Martinez, Contra Costa County. The project proposal includes the development of a new two-story multi-family apartment building.
New aerial photographs show plots almost entirely filled up after years of construction on the Wilder Subdivision, a new suburb in Orinda, Contra Costa County. It has been half a decade since the first residents moved into Wilder, a suburban project cut out of the former McCosker Ranch. At full build-out, there will be 245 single-family residences with access to communal and public amenities. Brooks Street is the master developer, via Orinda Gateway LLC, responsible for signing and planning with the city.
Plans are under review for a new senior housing project at Bishop Ranch 1A in San Ramon, Contra Costa County. The proposal is part of the much larger 4,500-unit CityWalk master plan, spearheaded by Sunset Development to create a new district in the city. This first portion will create 183 beds, offering assisted and independent living for seniors living in the Tri-Valley. The Texas-based Belmont Village Senior Housing company is sponsoring the development.