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.
Development plans have been filed for a residential community proposed at 3141-3155 El Camino Real in Santa Clara. The project proposal includes the development of three and two-story buildings offering residential spaces along with onsite parking. Oak Investment Group, LLC is the project developer. Bowers Plaza GP is the property owner. KTGY Architecture + Planning is responsible for the design concepts.
The Santa Clara Development Review Hearing is scheduled to vote today on an entitlement extension for a five-story 328-unit residential complex at 3517 Ryder Street. The property is located in the transit-oriented Lawrence Station Area Plan, a once low-rise commercial district that is in the process of transformation into a dense mixed-use neighborhood. Westlake Urban is responsible for the project.
Construction work is wrapping up on NUEVO, a massive 27-acre redevelopment project in Santa Clara’s Lawrence Station Area Plan. Spearheaded by SummerHill Homes, the project has been opening in phases with the ultimate goal of nearly a thousand new dwelling units, retail, and public community amenities.