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The Hills at Vallco is a new vision for Cupertino that will revitalize the Vallco Shopping Mall into a vibrant, sustainable, walkable and safe community park and town center.

The Vallco Town Center Special Initiative, now on the Cupertino November ballot as Measure D, would bring about this revitalization of the Vallco mall and transform it into the new heart of Cupertino.

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Paid for by No on C and Yes on D – Cupertino Neighbors, Educators, and the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce for the Sensible and Sustainable Revitalization of Vallco, with major funding by Sand Hill Property Company and Vallco Property Owner LLC

Explore the Hills at Vallco

The Hills at Vallco is not only a Town Center for Cupertino but also a new approach to city planning, seamlessly integrating a 30-acre rooftop community park into an exciting mixed-use neighborhood and adding an extraordinary amenity that all Cupertino residents will use and enjoy.

Take a walk with us to learn about the new Town Center and all of its aspects.

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Community Park

Get outside and above it all. The innovative 30-acre rooftop community park – with 3.8 miles of walking and jogging trails, was inspired by the verdant foothills surrounding Cupertino. It is a direct response to the community’s strong desire and need for more open space and parks, particularly on the East Side of Cupertino, and is a superlative example of sustainable design.

Town Center

The Hills at Vallco will be the heart of an emerging downtown for Cupertino, complete with retail, entertainment, office, housing, open space and community amenities. With its destination Town Center square, performance venues, civic gathering space and banquet and event spaces, The Hills at Vallco will be the new social heart of Cupertino.

Mixed Use

A true mixed-use community, The Hills at Vallco will deliver housing, retail, offices, open space,
entertainment and public space.

  • 640,000 square feet of entertainment and family-oriented retail putting it on par with Santana Row and Westgate Center.
  • Up to 800 residential units, which would include 160 residential units specifically reserved for seniors.
  • 2 million square feet of office space, with a minimum of 100,000 square feet for incubating new technologies, to support the local economy and provide a stable tax base and revenue to the City of Cupertino.
  • Up to 100,000 square feet of civic space for banquet facilities, educational uses, non-profit space, and a community and culture center.

Guaranteed Community Benefits

The Vallco Town Center Specific Plan Initiative (Measure D) is a proposed ballot measure that would make way for The Hills at Vallco and spearhead the long overdue revitalization of Vallco Mall.

The following benefits are guaranteed to the community should the initiative pass:

  • A 30-acre Community Park and Nature Area with recreational trails.
  • Free space for non-profits and civic organizations, a banquet hall, and a community center.
  • A destination Town Center square, performance venues, an amphitheater and an iconic play space for children.
  • More than $50 million in benefits to Cupertino schools, including a state-of-the-art Innovation Center for Fremont students located within The Hills at Vallco, and new annual tax revenues of $3 million to the Fremont Union High School District and $1.2 million to the Foothill-De Anza Community College District.
  • Up to 800 residential units, which would include 160 units specifically dedicated to seniors, as well as an additional $50 million contribution to building affordable housing in Cupertino.
  • A progressive Transportation Demand Management plan, substantial contributions to a free community shuttle, an on-site transit center, $30 million toward I-280 improvements, plus $10s of millions more in local roadway improvements.
  • Sustainability strategies including irrigation by recycled water and rainwater collection and reuse.
  • Substantial economic and fiscal benefits, including one-time tax revenues of more than $14 million and new, recurring tax revenues of over $5 million to the City of Cupertino; and approximately $20 million in new annual property tax revenue to support vital public services like local school districts, police, fire and libraries.
  • The project delivers additional benefits to the community, and altogether comprise the most robust package of community benefits ever granted to Cupertino.

Support the Revitalization of Vallco! Vote No on C and Yes on D!

http://revitalizevallco.com

Paid for by No on C and Yes on D – Cupertino Neighbors, Educators, and the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce for the Sensible and Sustainable Revitalization of Vallco, with major funding by Sand Hill Property Company and Vallco Property Owner LLC

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