A new affordable housing infill project has been approved for development at One Hamilton Drive in Mill Valley, Marin County. The project proposal includes the development of affordable multi-family rental housing. The City of Mill Valley is the property owner, and EAH Housing is the project developer and future housing manager. Van Meter Williams Pollack is the project architect. Merrill Morris Partners is responsible for landscape architecture. Adobe Associates is the civil engineer.
New plans have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 20 Sunnyside Avenue in Mill Valley, Marin County. The relatively dense infill will retain the existing two-story offices while adding 12 units close to the central Depot Plaza. The city’s Planning Commission is scheduled to meet tonight.
The project application has been filed for a new affordable housing infill at One Hamilton Drive in Mill Valley, Marin County. The plans most recently were subject to a study session with the city’s Planning Commission. The City of Mill Valley is the property owner, and EAH Housing is the project developer and future housing manager.
A notice of exemption has been released for the residential project at 575 East Blithedale Avenue on Kite Hill in Mill Valley, Marin County. The exemption paves the way for the plans to move through the California Environmental Quality Act, bringing plans to create 25 homes on 1.2 acres closer to construction after nearly two decades of trying. Phil Richardson, the project sponsor, created the first draft in 2004.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 150 Shoreline Highway in Mill Valley. The project proposal includes the development of a two-story mixed-use building offering rental housing units and commercial space. Temenos Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.