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Downtown San Jose's Urban Putt - Latest Updates
Urban Putt is now scheduled to open February 29th. To get super excited, you must watch the 3 minute video on their old Kickstarter page with a preview of what Urban Putt is planning. Th...
Guadalupe River Park Conservancy
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From The Mercury News...
Santa Clara County Selects Developer for Teacher Housing Project
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors selected Eden Housing to develop affordable housing for teachers in the West Valley. It will be built in Cupertino on a property currently owned by Apple.
From San Jose Spotlight...
Cupertino Greenlights Housing Development at Former Vallco Mall
After facing cutbacks and years of delays, the largest single housing project in Cupertino's history has secured approval for the Rise, a mixed-use development that will include 2,669 apartments and homes.
A once-groundbreaking nonprofit working with chronically homeless people in California’s capital closed and filed for bankruptcy in 2023.
The California Environmental Quality Act, CEQA, is both the state’s signature environmental legislation, and is also often named as the villain in the state’s housing shortage. But the story may not be that simple.
In NYT’s “The Farmers Had What the Billionaires Wanted,” we meet a man who wants to build a city in the middle of nowhere, and folks who are slowing him down.
The California housing crisis is not only weakening the state politically at the national level, it could shift the political balance in Washington, D.C., as Republican-led states add population while California’s exodus continues.
State officials hope the Dream for All lottery and an emphasis on first-generation homebuyers will make California’s most generous down payment assistance program more equitable.
California Forever, the company behind a proposed new city in Solano County, will submit a ballot measure seeking an exemption from local laws to allow development on the massive project to proceed.
The highest court in the land will soon decide how much leeway cities and counties have in offsetting new construction with fees to pay for infrastructure.
The El Dorado County case before the state's highest court about impact fees could have huge consequences for new housing construction in California.
San Francisco provides all tenants facing eviction access to an attorney. Across the Bay, in Contra Costa County, it’s a different story. Two tenants’ stories show the difference a lawyer can make.
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