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San Francisco Chronicle May 15, 2022 J.K. Dineen The site of Marin County’s largest affordable housing development in a half century is sandwiched between $4 million homes and a maximum-security prison that houses some 2,600 prisoners. On a former San...
Marin Independent Journal April 18, 2022 By Giuseppe Ricapito A team of consultants hired by Belvedere said topographic constraints and modifications to density laws will be likely components of new housing development. The consultants presented potential sites for new housing...
Marin Independent Journal January 30, 2022 By Giuseppe Ricapito A Mill Valley-based developer has filed an application with the city to develop a 42-residence complex on the Belvedere Lagoon. The proposal for Mallard Pointe is the first multifamily housing development...
The Registry January 26, 2022 By Jon Peterson The mixed-income proposal will revitalize 70-year-old site along Belvedere Lagoon with 42 housing units including 12 affordable residences comprised of below market rate units, ADUs, and affordable-by-design one-bedroom apartments. The owners of...
ABC7 News January 25, 2022 By Liz Kreutz Developers say the plan is necessary, in a city that hasn’t had low-income housing built in more than 30 years. Even the wealthiest cities in the Bay Area are not immune to...
San Francisco Chronicle January 24, 2022 By J.K. Dineen Belvedere Lagoon, an H-shaped body of water in Marin County tucked between Tiburon Peninsula and Belvedere Island, made news last summer when it was infested by hundreds of dinner-plate-size moon jellyfish....
Marin Independent Journal October 30, 2021 By Richard Halstead Traffic, local taxes and demands on water emerged as key concerns during an online town hall meeting this week about plans for up to 250 new housing units adjacent to San...
The Registry August 5, 2021 By Jon Peterson As housing continues to be a scarce commodity across the region, developers are looking at ways of bringing additional inventory, especially the affordable kind, to cities across the greater Bay Area. Mill...
The Mercury News July 25, 2021 By Richard Halstead The state of California is making five acres of land it owns adjacent to San Quentin State Penitentiary available to two developers who plan to build a total of 230 units...
The Registry February 8, 2021 By Jon Peterson Mill Valley-based Thompson Dorfman is in the very early planning stages with its housing asset in Belvedere known as Mallard Pointe. It’s a redevelopment project that the company spent $20.6 million to...