SOMO Village development set to finally take off
After years on the drawing board, construction has finally begun for a sustainable community at the mixed-use master-planned community of SOMO Village in Rohnert Park
$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.
Warm Springs Innovation District comes to fruition transforming old railroad and industrial area with a new transit-oriented mixed-use master planned community
By 2022, over 70 percent of this long-planned development has been completed, including up to 4,000 homes, both market-rate and affordable, a new elementary school, with future commercial space on the horizon, all centered around the recently opened Warm Springs BART Station.
Casa Arabella affordable housing development wins prestigious ULI Americas Awards for Excellence
The long-awaited Phase 2 of the Fruitvale Transit Village, an affordable 94-unit family residential community, serves a mix of families and formerly homeless U.S. military veterans
The Unity Council and BRIDGE Housing break ground on third and final phase of the Fruitvale Transit Village
The largest phase of the Transit Village adjacent to the Fruitvale BART Station, Casa Sueños will feature 181 family apartments with 46 homes set aside for formerly homeless households, transforming surface parking lots into a bustling new community and which completes the 20-year old vision for this nationally renowned transit-oriented development in the bustling Fruitvale corridor in Oakland.
South San Francisco approves 800-home mixed-income development next to BART
After being awarded the site through a competitive RFP process, the development team of KASA Partners, L37 Partners and Brookfield Residential received approval from the City Council to build 800 apartment homes, including approximately 160 units as affordable.