The draft environmental impact report has been published for a six-story residential development at 950 Monroe Street in Santa Clara. The document publication starts the public review process, accepting public input and comments to influence the planning department and developer. Menlo Park-based Lamb Partners is responsible for the development.
Today’s Santa Clara Development Review Hearing will consider plans for affordable housing at 80 Saratoga Way. City staff is recommending the board approve the project as consistent with Senate Bill 35 and the State Density Bonus Law. If approved, the project could add 200 new homes to the Santa Clara County housing market.
Progress for the Tasman East Specific Plan has received some good news. Related California has secured $690 million in construction funding for 700 units at 2300 Calle De Luna, representing nearly a fifth of all units expected in the multi-developer project in Santa Clara. Foundation work is expected to start in the coming weeks.
Crews have topped out the senior housing block and the townhomes for the multi-structure Santa Clara Agrihood project. The project has reshaped the vacant lot by the border of Santa Clara and San Jose, with plans to open up 361 new homes, retail, and urban farmland by next year. Core Companies, a real estate and construction firm, is responsible for the development.
The City of Santa Clara has published its approval of the environmental review of the Freedom Circle Greystar Project, a multi-structure residential project at 3905 Freedom Circle, Santa Clara County. The development will create 1,075 new homes, a new public park connecting to the San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail, and ground-level retail. Greystar is responsible for the application.