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Editorial: Cupertino Vallco measures critical to city’s future

By Mercury News Editorial Board – September 22, 2016 There are two important ballot measures in Cupertino this fall prompted by The Hills at Vallco plan to build the heart of a new downtown on the site of the dead Vallco Mall. We recommend yes on Measure D to move forward with the [...]

September 27th, 2016|News|

Judge Rules Measure C Ballot Argument Statements are False and Misleading

Judge Orders False Language to be Removed From Ballot Arguments Cupertino, Calif. (September 8, 2016) – The No on C Yes on D – Cupertino Neighbors, Educators, and the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce for the Sensible and Sustainable Revitalization of Vallco today announced that the Santa Clara County Superior Court ruled that three [...]

September 8th, 2016|News|

Sand Hill Gives Intimate Preview of Vallco with Help from Architects Viñoly and Olin, Yet Ballot Fight Looms

By Staff, Registry SF – June 24, 2016 In a packed movie theater at Vallco Mall in Cupertino, owner and developer of Sand Hill Property Company, Peter Pau, in collaboration with the AIA Santa Clara Valley presented a vision for the redevelopment of the decades old mall. The Hills at Vallco, as the [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|

Hills at Vallco: Cupertino preview gives details of green roof

By Kristi Myllenbeck, Cupertino Courier – July 8, 2016 Cupertino residents and curious followers of The Hills at Vallco project got a slew of details June 23 about what architects have planned for the proposed project, namely its green roof. Laurie Olin, landscape architect for the project, and architectural designer Rafael Viñoly were [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|

The Hills at Vallco: Signatures submitted for ballot initiative, proponents wait for verification

By Kristi Myllenbeck, Cupertino Courier – May 6, 2016 Supporters of a ballot initiative that would solidify plans for the $3 billion redevelopment of Vallco Shopping Mall have turned in 3,675 signatures--1,200 more than required. If at least 2,475 of the signatures submitted May 4 are validated by the Santa Clara County Registrar [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|

Cupertino’s Vallco: Ghost mall awaits a new life

By Queenie Wong, San Jose Mercury News – May 9, 2016 CUPERTINO -- Metal gates stood in front of the vacant stores, footsteps barely made a sound through the spacious building and the only signs on a rainy afternoon of what used to be Macy's at the Vallco Shopping Mall were the red [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|

Vallco update: Sand Hill submits signatures, environmental report for ballot initiative

By Nathan Donato-Weinstein, Silicon Valley Business Journal – May 4, 2016 A plan to rebuild Cupertino's decrepit Vallco Shopping Mall with an "urban village" of homes, retail, offices and parks is a step closer to getting its moment at the ballot box. Supporters backed by developer Sand Hill Property Co. submitted nearly 3,700 [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|

Hills of Cupertino Are Alive With The Sound of Dissension

By India Currents, Ritu Soni Marwah – April 6, 2016 Across the street from the Falafel restaurant has stood a mall called Vallco. They say she was the queen of Cupertino in her time, a beauty. David Orth wrote on its Facebook wall "Back in the day, all the young men would drive [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|

Initiative Promises To Bring Vibrant Town Center to Cupertino, Calif.

By Giovanni Albanese Jr., India-West – April 8, 2016 Click here to view the article.

July 25th, 2016|News|

Cupertino: Initiative launched to lock in The Hills at Vallco plan to replace shopping mall

By Matt Wilson, Cupertino Courier – March 11, 2016 Vallco Shopping Mall's fate could be placed directly into the hands of Cupertino voters this November. Mall owner Sand Hill Property Co. announced Monday that two Cupertino residents last week launched an initiative to lock into place a $3 billion plan to gut the [...]

July 25th, 2016|News|