The City of Cupertino has approved plans for new housing at 1655 South De Anza Boulevard in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. The infill will create 34 homes, new retail, and parking for almost a hundred cars. Propriis is listed as the property owner.
The Cupertino Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a low-rise residential infill at 1655 South De Anza Boulevard. The plan will create 34 homes, including 11 three-story townhomes and 23 apartment units in the largest multifamily structure. Propriis is the project sponsor, filing through Prospect Ventures LLC.
Apple has filed plans for a new office at 19191 Vallco Parkway in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. The project will reshape a sprawling nearly eight acres with twice as much office space, a six-level garage, and three acres of surface parking. City Council is scheduled to review plans today.
Plans are progressing to replace a single-story commercial structure with nearly three dozen homes at 1655 South De Anza Boulevard in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. The city has published the Notice of Completion for the environmental review process for CEQA. Oceanpine Capital is the project sponsor.
Sand Hill Property Company has released detailed renderings for the approved 50-acre redevelopment of Vallco Mall in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. Located across the I-280 freeway from Apple Park, ‘The Rise’ will offer a more public mixed-use site with open space, shops, offices, and over two thousand homes. The futuristic proposal features design by the internationally acclaimed Rafael Viñoly Architects.