A prominent San Mateo location by the intersection of Highway 92 and US 101 could see the construction of a five-story residential complex. The project at 1885 South Norfolk Street would create 321 new rental homes with a two-story arch connecting the public to a new landscaped waterfront park on Seal Slough, across from San Mateo County’s Foster City. The project is scheduled to be reviewed by the City of San Mateo Planning Commission during a special public meeting tonight at 5:30 PM.
San Mateo Planning Commission has recommended approval for a mixed-use project at 500 East 3rd Avenue in San Mateo. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story building offering residential and office spaces. Windy Hill Property Ventures is the project applicant. Arizona-based Arc Tec is responsible for the design concepts. KLA is the landscape architect, and BKF is the civil engineer.
The San Mateo Planning Commission has voted to recommend approval of expanded plans for Block 21, a mixed-use development at 500 East 3rd Street. The proposal will replace low-density buildings with six stories of offices and over a hundred housing units. Windy Hill Property Ventures is responsible for the project.
Planning commissioners show largely positive views on the proposed mixed-use development at 477 9th Avenue in Downtown San Mateo, San Mateo County. The project would replace a single-story commercial structure currently on the outskirts of the denser urban area with five floors of housing, office space, and vehicular parking. The Martin Group is the project applicant.
The City of San Mateo is working with MidPen Housing to bring new housing and a large garage to two downtown parcels, 480 East 4th Avenue and 400 East 5th Avenue. The San Mateo County proposal will bring 225 new units at Kiku Crossing and parking for nearly seven hundred vehicles, despite being near mass transit. MidPen Housing is the property owner.