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Vallco Mall housing project moves ahead

Rob Fladeboe - KRON4, June 26, 2018 CUPERTINO (KRON) - A plan to revive the all but shuttered Vallco Mall in Cupertino is a step closer to reality. Not only that -- the project is seen as a kind of test case for legislation designed to help ease the Bay Area's housing crunch. Built in the 70's...

Key approval for Cupertino housing, office, retail project near Apple

Roland Li - San Francisco Chronicle, June 25, 2018 The developer of a project to replace the mostly vacant Vallco Mall in Cupertino, less than a mile from Apple’s spaceship campus, won a key approval from the city as it aims to start construction in September. The Vallco Town Center project, which includes a proposed 2,402...

Vallco project clears first hurdle under controversial new state law

By Marisa Kendall - Mercury News, June 25, 2018 CUPERTINO — A plan to transform the defunct Vallco Mall into a massive housing complex, complete with shopping and a roof-top garden, is one step closer to breaking ground after clearing its first hurdle under California’s controversial new development law. The project, which would include 2,402 housing...

Nearly 50 people express support for new Vallco proposal at City Council Meeting

Cupertino Today, April 4, 2018 With nearly 50 speakers during the public comment portion, last Tuesday’s City Council meeting was an exceptionally long one. Lots of people came to the Cupertino Community Hall to express their support for the new Vallco Town Center project application. Vallco Town Center, the new SB35-compliant plan announced on March 27, proposes 2,402...

Developer tries to fast-track housing at Vallco Mall under new state law

By Marisa Kendall - Mercury News, March 28, 2018 CUPERTINO — Fed up with years of false-starts and controversy, the owner of defunct Vallco Mall on Tuesday went over city officials’ heads with a new proposal that aims to turn the failed shopping center into a downtown destination combining retail, housing and office space. Plans for...

 

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