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SummerHill top bidder for city-owned land in Fremont
Monday, July 13, 2015 // Silicon Valley Business Journal
SummerHill Homes has beaten out nine other bidders to win an approximately 7-acre slice of Fremont, part of a city sell-off being undertaken to help finance city priorities in the Warm Springs and downtown areas.Continue Reading
After years and years, Los Gatos approves North 40 land-use framework — Really!
Thursday, June 18, 2015 // Silicon Valley Business Journal
The Los Gatos Town Council late Wednesday approved the land-use guidelines for the town's so-called "North 40" area, a major milestone that comes after years — even decades — of false starts.Continue Reading
Housing project gets thumbs up: Burlingame City Council gives huge development unanimous approval
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 // The Daily Journal
The largest housing project in more than a decade will be coming to Burlingame, as the City Council gave the final OK to constructing a mix of apartments and condominiums which will feature 290 new units for rent and purchase. The council unanimously approved building the development just south of Broadway, at Carolan Avenue and Rollins Road, during its meeting Monday, June 15.Continue Reading
SummerHill Homes Starts Work in Moraga
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 // Lamorinda Weekley
Over the past two weeks up to 12 large trucks were spotted lined up on Moraga Way, preparing to turn onto Camino Ricardo to reach the SummerHill Homes construction site up the street.Continue Reading
SummerHill Homes Writes a Big Check to MEF
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 // Lamorinda Weekly
SummerHill Homes executives Katia Kamangar and Denise Cunningham gave the Moraga Education Foundation a check for $5,000 on Oct. 10 to support local schools.Continue Reading
Los Gatos nuns close sale on property
Wednesday, September 3, 2014 // Mercury News
The Sisters of the Holy Names of Mary and Jesus closed the sale on their property at 100 Prospect Ave. on Aug. 26, with SummerHill Homes of Palo Alto emerging as the buyer.Continue Reading
Home Building: The Customizing Conundrum
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 // Professional Builder
...The Bay Area is a strong sellers market, so there hasn’t been much push back from buyers to the builder’s efforts to restrict customization options and enforce deadlines. However, Summerhill is planning to enter the luxury production home building market, where average selling prices range from $3 million to $3.5 million. Freed expects his company will have to expand the catalog of custom choices and even allow clients to bring more of their own options to the table. But those choices still will be selected during the sales process, well before scheduling begins for ground breaking...
SummerHills Maravilla Community wins the ABAG Growing Smarter Together Award 2014
Thursday, May 8, 2014 // Association of Bay Area Governments
Growing Smarter Together Awards 2014
ABAG’s Eighth Annual Growing Smarter Together Awards were presented during its Spring General Assembly to the cities of Redwood City, Walnut Creek, Campbell, Richmond, Fremont, South San Francisco, and Vallejo. The role of the cities’ public private partners was also recognized with representatives praised for their contributions. SummerHill's Maravilla was honored to be part of the team receiving this award.Continue Reading
High-end home development approved in Moraga
Friday, March 14, 2014 // Contra Costa Times
After nearly two years of consideration, a proposal to build 26 high-end single family homes on a stretch of undeveloped Moraga land specially earmarked for housing and revitalization is a go.
The Town Council's March 12 greenlighting of a development agreement between the city, developers SummerHill Homes and property owner C&C Equities makes effective a number of Planning Commission approvals earlier this year. They include the project's environmental review, conceptual and general development plans, and permits allowing hillside development and grading.Continue Reading
Affordable housing crunch: Silicon Valley cities weigh new developer fees
Friday, January 31, 2014 // Silicon Valley Business Journal