South Bay Contractors Struggling to Find Construction Workers for JobsA shortage of construction workers could be slowing down a building boom in the South Bay.
Quarry Near Cupertino Proposes Carving Away Scenic RidgeSanta Clara County is preparing for a legal battle with the Lehigh Hanson cement company near Cupertino over the rights to develop a hilltop directly adjacent to the Rancho San Antonio County Park, one of the most popular outdoor destinations in the South Bay.
Debate Rages Over Solution For Richmond Toxic Chemical Site Planned For DevelopmentThe Richmond Planning Commission on Thursday heard a proposal to build thousands of homes on one of the most toxic sites in California.
Plans Unveiled for Development Around Future Downtown San Jose BART StationPlans recently unveiled by the Valley Transportation Authority and London-based design firm Foster Partners show how a future downtown San Jose BART station could spur a densely-packed development around it.
Mixed Use Hotel, Condo Development Set To Break Ground In San JoseA new type of building development is coming to downtown San Jose that will combine a hotel with residential condos.
Decommissioned Fremont Firehouse Up For Sale For $1They say a dollar doesn't buy much anymore, but in the East Bay city of Fremont, you can buy a vacant firehouse for only a buck.
Labor Dispute Continues To Delay Concord Naval Weapons Station Development The master developer and the labor consortium poised to build a new 2,300-acre residential and commercial community on the former Concord Naval Weapons Station land were directed by the Concord City Council Wednesday night to resume meeting and redouble their efforts to break an impasse over labor agreements stalling the project.
Google Reveals Plan for Neighborhood-Transforming San Jose CampusGoogle's plans to build a sprawling mega-campus -- a virtual city within a city -- in downtown San Jose are a step closer to reality with the tech giant filing its for application with the city's planning department.
Soon-To-Come Berryessa BART Station Sparks $2.5B Neighborhood TransformationWhen BART trains roll into San Jose, a lot of housing, retail shops and high rise buildings are coming with them. It's part of a transformation of the Berryessa neighborhood around the new BART station.
Community Groups Take Stand Against Redwood City Salt Ponds DevelopmentA renewed fight over the future of the Redwood City salt ponds as community groups push back over a developer's plans to build thousands of waterfront homes with help from the Trump administration.
Pleasanton Considers Allowing Taller Buildings Near Main StreetThe City of Pleasanton could soon open the door to new housing developments in the downtown area.
Developer Eyes Alameda Shoreline For Ambitious Housing PlanA developer has an ambitious plan to add up to 1200 housing units to the Alameda shoreline.
Deal To Give Seniors At San Jose Mobile Home Park Condos In New DevelopmentResidents of the Winchester Ranch Mobile Home Park are celebrating the first of its kind deal that will allow them to stay in their neighborhood and upgrade to new luxury condos when they get built.
Urban Garden In San Jose May Get Bulldozed For New DevelopmentA local San Jose community garden that has weathered storms and drought is facing it’s most dire threat yet: demolition and development.
Opponents Of Plan For Vallejo Cement Plant Celebrate News Of Its DemiseVallejo Marine Terminal (VMT) informed the city it will no longer seek permission to build a cement plant at the old General Mills site in South Vallejo. Opponents of the plant celebrated the news.