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Publication: The Registry Date: December 18, 2013 New York City-based Ares Management, formerly known as AREA Property Partners and Mill Valley-based Thompson Dorfman Partners are planning a redevelopment in Foster City called The Waverly Development located at 1159-166 Triton Drive....
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Publication: GlobeSt.com Date: October 4, 2013 MILL VALLEY, CA-Thompson | Dorfman Partners LLC, a developer, owner and manager of multifamily real estate, has established a new division, TDP | Bay Area Partners Inc. to focus on creating new urban infill,...
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Publication: San Francisco Business Times Date: April 12, 2013 Multi-family housing construction is coming back on the Peninsula Wood Partners recently broke ground on a $43.7 million apartment community of 111 units in San Mateo. The 2.4-acre site at 2090...
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OAKLAND, CA – KTGY Group, Inc., Architectural and Planning, is pleased to announce that a much anticipated housing development for professors and staff of the San Mateo County Community College District (Cañada College, College of San Mateo and Skyline College)...
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Four exceptional workforce housing developments were selected from a large field of high-quality submissions for the 2009 Jack Kemp Workforce Housing Models of Excellence Awards program. Members of the ULI Terwilliger National Advisory Board served as the jurors for this...
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Casa del Maestro, a housing development created especially for teachers, has helped decrease the attrition rate for new teachers in the Santa Clara Unified School District. For this and other attributes, such as its design, financing structure, public/private partnership and...
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The awards are given to workforce housing developments that represent outstanding achievements in several areas By News Release San Francisco (November 5, 2009) – The ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing has selected Casa del Maestro, The Kalahari, Miller Ranch, and...
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Date: 11.05.2009 Publication: ULI The Urban Land Institute SAN FRANCISCO (November 5, 2009) – The ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing has selected Casa del Maestro, The Kalahari, Miller Ranch, and South City Lights as winners of this year’s Jack...
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by Katherine Conrad   Santa Clara Unified School District’s experiment in retaining young teachers by offering them affordable housing has proven successful as the second phase of the 30-unit Casa del Maestro is already full. And 31 more teachers are...
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Publication: Multi-Housing News Author: Therese Fitzgerald, Contributing Editor Date: February 1, 2006 With strong job growth and population gains and some of the highest home prices in the nation, Southern California’s apartment market is robust. “You have occupancy that exceeds...
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