Architect: Seidel Holtzman Architects
Landscape Architect: The Guzzardo Partnership

The Hamptons at Cupertino  broke new ground in 1997; it was the first apartment property in the Silicon Valley designed to cater to high-tech executives with young families. This $52-million, 342-unit community features a mix of large two- and three-bedroom floor plans and contains over two acres of community recreational space. Community amenities include a junior Olympic pool with a large sundeck and spa, four tot lots, a basketball court, putting green, and indoor facilities including a club room, business center/teen study area, and fitness center. The site plan features a half-acre community green around which seven of the project’s ten buildings are situated. Apartments feature gas appliances, full-size washer/dryers, hardwood flooring in the kitchens and entries, and forced-air heating and air conditioning.