Large affordable housing project breaks ground in Rohnert Park

The City of Rohnert Park and Park West Communities officially broke ground Mon. on a 218-unit affordable housing project. The Parkside project, located in the city’s new K section, will be built by the Pacific Companies as part of the city’s requirement for affordable housing.

$500MM First Phase of Alameda’s Transit Village Poised for Take Off

Grand ideas have come and gone for Alameda Point since the naval air station there closed in 1997. But one vision could finally reach actual ground work this year. The latest proposal is set to develop 800 housing units and 200,000 square feet of commercial space on 68 acres as part of Alameda’s future Waterfront Town Center—a new transit-oriented, walkable mixed-use neighborhood.

Fremont Officially Approves Lennar as Master Developer for Warm Springs/South Fremont Community Plan

In a 4-1 vote tonight, the city of Fremont officially approved the Planning Commission’s recommendation for a master plan and development agreement with Miami-based Lennar Corporation to develop 2,214 residential units and approximately 1.4 million square feet of commercial/industrial use in the East Bay city. The only member of the city council that rejected the 111-acre property development was council member Vinnie Bacon, who said, “This is really nothing but a pure housing development. People here have the right to ask for more, and I share that sentiment.