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Pleasanton council approves major components of Stoneridge Mall redevelopment framework

Source: Pleasanton Weekly; Author: Christian Trujano Up to 1,170 housing units initially allocated as part of converting mall to mixed-use site Pleasanton city officials have advanced the policy framework for redeveloping Stoneridge Shopping Center property into a mix of uses including significant housing units. (Weekly file photo) The […]

Mountain View planning commission unanimously supports Terra Bella affordable housing project

If approved by the City Council, the project could break ground as early as next year, city says Source: Mountain View Voice; Author: Malea Martin A rendering of the proposed affordable housing development on Terra Bella Avenue in Mountain View. Rendering courtesy Alta Housing.   Alta Housing’s 108-unit, 100% affordable […]

Half Moon Bay needs more homes for farmworkers. Experts blame an ‘anti-housing constituency’

Source: San Francisco Chronicle; Author: J. K. Dineen The 9,000-square-foot lot at 555 Kelly St. in Half Moon Bay is not much to look at. On the edge of downtown, across from a Boys & Girls Club, it features a small house and a parking lot shaded by […]

No mall is an island: how Gwinnett County plans to improve mobility as it redevelops site

Source: Bisnow; Author: John Krukowski Courtesy of Gwinnett Place CID A rendering shows the proposed transformation of Ring Road to accommodate pedestrians, bikes and cars for the Global Villages development. A new strategic plan to revitalize the nearly vacant Gwinnett Place Mall is being hailed as a potential economic boon […]

News Palo Alto school board approves 29-units of subsidized staff housing

Source: Palo Alto Online; Author: Zoe Morgan Members sign off on spending $1.45 million to participate in project   Santa Clara County's proposal for 231 Grant Ave. calls for 110 apartments for teachers and other employees of area school districts. Rendering by Van Meter Williams Pollack LLC.   Years in […]

Pleasanton moving to allow hundreds of homes at Stoneridge Mall

Source: San Francisco Business Times; Author: Sarah Klearman Pleasanton is moving to rezone 18 acres within the 75-acre Stoneridge Mall, pictured here, for housing.   Under state pressure to build more housing, the city of Pleasanton is moving to allow upward of 1,000 homes at city’s flagship retail […]

Emerging Technologies Training Center opens in Vicksburg

Source: Hinds Community College; Author: Paisley Boston “Hinds Community College is one of those partners that I think does it (workforce training) better than anyone else in the state of Mississippi. They pour themselves into their community… Photos by: Brad Smith Above: Among those attending the Dec. 7 ribbon-cutting […]

Pleasanton Leaders To Discuss Stoneridge Mall Future

Source: Patch; Author: Michael Wittner The city council and planning commission are holding a public meeting Thursday to review the Stoneridge Mall Framework. The Stoneridge Mall Framework aims to determine future uses of the large property by January. (Google Maps) PLEASANTON, CA — Pleasanton residents are invited to attend […]

Design revealed for dozens of townhomes at Balboa Reservoir

Source: San Francisco Business Times By Laura Waxmann  –  Staff Reporter, San Francisco Business Times A yearslong effort to transform a 17.6-acre, publicly owned swath of land adjacent to City College of San Francisco into 1,100 new homes has faced many twists and turns, and more than two years after […]

HOPE SF: Rebuild Potrero wins ASLA 2022 Award of Excellence in Urban Design Category

HOPE SF: Rebuild Potrero has won the American Society of Landscape Architects 2022 Award of Excellence in Urban Design Category The HOPE SF: Rebuild Potrero team has been honored by the American Society of Landscape Architects and awarded the 2022 Award of Excellence for Urban Design! We are […]

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