Money is pouring into campaigns for and against the citywide Measure M in one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. Measure M is being portrayed as a vote on the future identity of Menlo Park.
Alarmed that several Victorian-era houses have been destroyed or are slated to be demolished to make room for new development, Redwood City officials are exploring ways to protect historic homes in the city.
Palo Alto’s “second downtown” will soon experience a makeover, with a major renovation project that includes expanding sidewalks and reducing traffic lanes. But some business owners fear getting priced-out.
Forty-nine-year-old Darlene Gonzalez is a Mountain View resident being forced to leave her home of 35 years, as developers look to transform the land on her street into 18 new row houses.
With bureaucratic hurdles holding up construction, two major hotel complexes likely won’t be completed by the time Levi’s Stadium hosts Super Bowl 2016.
The Mountain View City Council has approved six homes on Fairchild Drive for redevelopment into 18 row houses. But this project is displacing current residents out of their homes in costly Silicon Valley.
By 2030, almost a quarter of San Mateo County’s population is expected to be older than 65. San Mateo city officials are exploring how to address housing affordability for an aging demographic.
San Mateo city officials say they want to support local businesses whenever possible. When it came to awarding a recent contract, however, factors other than proximity came into play.
A San Jose proposal to build townhomes in a residential neighborhood is being challenged by environmental advocates who say that its location in a floodplain and its proximity to creek wildlife could pose problems for residents and animals.