Category Archives: Development Projects

No Bones About It … Development will Continue in our Neighborhood

by Robert Cox, Vice Chair, OMVNA “They found a skull on the property,” Vice Mayor Mike Kasperzak whispered to me, as he broke the latest news about the re-development of the Abate’s Industrial Square on the southwest corner of West … Continue reading

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Development Update

by Robert Cox, Vice Chair, OMVNA Classics residential development is back on track The Mountain View City Council, in a 7-0 vote, reaffirmed their support for the residential zoning of the Evelyn Ave. Corridor. Classic Communities, which had won approval … Continue reading

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Prometheus Apartment Construction Starts With a Bang

by Robert Cox, OMVNA Vice Chair “If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb,”–an apt proverb for beginning of construction of the Prometheus Real Estate Group apartment complex on the old 455 West Evelyn … Continue reading

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Downtown Summer Movie Nights–Will Help Reinvent Our City!

by Julie Lovins A group of neighbors invites you to a free series of films in downtown Mountain View, Friday evenings starting July 8.  The films and group discussion will explore designing our city for people and families, creating livable, … Continue reading

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Old Mountain View and the General Plan Update

One of the most important topics that our city council has discussed over the last few years is GP2030, Mountain View’s update to its General Plan, covering the time up to the year 2030. Randy Tsuda was kind enough to follow up with an interview where we chatted about how these changes would affect Old Mountain View. Continue reading

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