The Voice of Affordable Housing in Silicon Valley
The City of Cupertino recently received a proposal to transform the empty Vallco shopping mall in Cupertino into a mixed-used complex that could include up to 2,402 new housing units, half of which (1,202) would be affordable. This is an unprecedented opportunity to help ease the Bay Area’s housing crisis, and we need your help to make sure those residential units move from the drawing board to the real world.Tell Cupertino: We Want Those Affordable Housing Units Now.
“Local housing crisis” are words we hear more and more. What caused this crisis? Data show that Santa Clara County created six times more jobs than homes between 2010…
On April 24th, the Sunnyvale City Council will be holding a study session on the Preliminary Development Standards and Design Guidelines for the El Camino Real Corridor Specific Plan….
Homelessness has become an increasingly visible and troubling issue around the Bay Area. Last year, the City of San Jose received permission from the state to pilot emergency “bridge…RSVP
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