Bill Witte

  • Related California Proposes Massive Project as New Core for Santa Clara

    Santa Clara is set to have a brand new focal point after Related California recently announced its plan to develop a large city-center-style project. The plan is currently under review by the Santa Clara City Council’s Sports and Open Space Authority, to determine whether the massive initiative will be given the green light. Should Related go ahead with the mixed-use development, the area will add a large number of residential units, office space, retail spots, dining options and jobs, all contributing to the growth of Santa Clara.

    San Francisco 30 October 2013 23:19
  • Related Breaks Ground on $350M Santa Monica Mixed-Use Development

    Related California has begun construction on The Village at Santa Monica, a $350 million mixed-use community in the city’s Downtown area. The development will contain 318 luxury condo units as well as affordable rental housing amid 20,000 square feet of retail.

    West 17 February 2012 14:39

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