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590 Veteran's & 91 Winslow
High Density Multifamily Residential Redevelopment Opportunity 
Entitlements are in process for this 6 story building features four floors of 95 residential units over two levels above grade parking with 148 parking stalls. Resident amenity spaces include a communal co-working lounge, a club house with kitchen and entertaining space, and a central courtyard featuring a pool, seating, and grilling areas. The Unit Mix consists of 26 one-bedrooms, 65 two-bedrooms, and 4 three-bedrooms. This project is planned to include 10 below market rate units. Contact for more information.

 

 

Current Projects

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Gateway Terrace
222 South Fremont St
Currently in the pre-application phase of planning department review, this 40 unit residential project will stand at the corner of 3rd Avenue joining the many multi-family residential buildings lining the Gateway District of Downtown San Mateo.

 

 

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Fremont Terrace
200 South Fremont Street
 
Located a short walk to the many restaurants, shops, grocers and multi-screen movie theater of Downtown San Mateo, this 15 unit residential project will boast a location perfect for commuters. Caltrain's main San Mateo station is a quick 10 minute walk or 2 minute bike ride away with easy access to HWY 101 North/South bound. Project was approved by the City Council November 21, 2016.