New plans have been submitted for a four-structure mixed-use development with a 300-foot tower at 80 Willow Road in Menlo Park, San Mateo County. If built, the project would become the second tallest structure in San Mateo County by using the Builder’s Remedy, possibly creating hundreds of homes, hotel rooms, office space, and retail. Oisin Heneghan, the founder of N17 Development, is listed as the project applicant. Embarcadero Capital Partners is the property owner.
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Plans have been approved for a seven-story affordable housing development at 1304 Middlefield Road on the edge of Downtown Redwood City, San Mateo County. The project will create 94 rental units alongside a community room and amenities. Sand Hill Property Company is the project developer.
The Menlo Park Planning Commission has approved four architectural plans for Meta’s Willow Village in San Mateo County. The city reviewed Safdie Architect’s glass-domed meeting and collaboration space, the town square, the office campus, and two apartment buildings. Facebook’s parent company is working with Signature Development Group in a joint venture called the Peninsula Innovation Partners.
New renderings have been published for a five-story affordable housing infill at 555 Kelly Avenue in Half Moon Bay, San Mateo County. The project will replace a single-story structure and parking with 40 homes and new space for ALAS, a Latino-centered nonprofit organization providing the Coastside community with cultural and social services. ALAS and Mercy Housing are jointly responsible for the application.
Updated plans will be reviewed during a public meeting for the four-story residential infill at 123-135 Primrose Road in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The project will replace a single-story home and surface parking across from a grocery store and near Burlingame Avenue with 14 homes. Kai Development Corporation, led by a Burlingame resident, is listed as the property owner.