PA20-012 Peninsula Heights

PA20-012 Rendering


A formal Planning Application for Peninsula Heights was submitted on February 7, 2020, and is currently under review. This project was reviewed by the Planning Commission as a Study Session on October 22, 2019. A formal Neighborhood Meeting was held on October 3, 2019. Related Documents to the Study Session and Neighborhood Meeting are below.

REVISED:  February 27, 2020

LOCATION:  2655, 2755, 2800, 2988 Campus Drive

041-522-010, 041-522-020
041-521-010, 041-521-020

Preston O’Connell
Harvest Properties
(510) 466-1485

Rendell Bustos
Acting Senior Planner
(650) 522-7211


    •    Project Plans: (Current) – February 7, 2020


     •    Planning Commission (Study Session): Meeting Materials and Video – October 22, 2019  
     •    Neighborhood Meeting: Meeting Minutes – October 3, 2019


A formal Planning Application has been submitted for Peninsula Heights, a proposed 290-unit residential development. Required entitlements include a Special Use Permit (SUP) to permit residential uses in the E1 (Executive Office) zoning district; Site Plan and Architectural Review (SPAR) for construction of new residential buildings; Site Development Planning Application (SDPA) for grading and removal of vegetation; and a Vesting Tentative Map for the creation of condominium units.

Peninsula Heights, located along Campus Drive, is located on two parcels totaling 15.45 acres. The project consists 290 for-sale units and proposes to devote 10% of the 290 units to the low-income category. The proposed architectural style is contemporary and includes townhome, single-family detached, and stacked flats building arrangements. A total of 625 on-site parking spaces are proposed, which include attached garages and residential guest parking.

The applicant proposes to keep the existing emergency vehicle access (EVA) road connecting Campus Drive to 26th Avenue as an EVA. Publicly accessible improvements include a series of open parks and trails. The four existing office buildings that currently exist on the site are proposed for demolition.