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Affordable San Jose homes may rise at Willow Glen restaurant site

  Nearly 100 homes are being eyed in bustling neighborhood By GEORGE AVALOS | gavalos@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group Full Article: The Mercury News SAN JOSE — Nearly 100 affordable homes could replace a shuttered restaurant perched on the site of the banks of a river in San Jose’s bustling Willow Glen […]

180 Jones achieves TCO

Congratulations to the 180 Jones team as they achieved Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) on Friday! "The San Francisco building code permits building officials to issue TCOs prior to completion of all work covered by the permit, provided it is found safe for occupancy (2013 SFBC-Section […]

Jamilla Afandi is a Paul W. Welch, Jr. 2023 ARE Scholarship Recipient

AIA California has announced that eight designers pursuing licensure are Paul W. Welch, Jr. 2023 ARE scholarship recipients (Sacramento, California)—The California Architectural Foundation is delighted to announce the eight recipients of this year’s Paul W. Welch, Jr. ARE Scholarship awards. Awarded to designers in pursuit of licensure […]

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 […]

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 […]

Stoneridge Mall Conversion Takes First Public Steps

Source: The Independent; Author: David Jen PLEASANTON — Over 150 residents participated in the first Stoneridge Framework community meeting last week, where the public’s thoughts around a possible Stoneridge Mall housing project began to organize under some larger themes, such as safety, traffic, and competition with […]

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