Available Housing Sites Information

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  • See the available housing sites map to choose where you'd like to see more housing.
  • Click to see a page for each area to learn more about sites there.
  • Download and print resources.

Cupertino City Council Sites Overview

Cupertino has identified 25 areas that were studied for potential Housing Opportunity Sites. Of these, capacity for future housing is reasonably anticipated to be accommodated in the following 16 areas of the city. This is a live list of sites, and better informed with community comments and discussion participation.

Area P: Pipeline Projects

Pipeline projects are those that have the highest likelihood of being constructed within the 8-year Housing Element cycle. The following projects have received planning entitlements, so that the primary permit needed prior to construction is a building permit.

RHNA - Pipeline Projects = Sites Inventory need

4,588 units - 3,563 units = 1,025 units needed (+ buffer)


Table 1: Pipeline Projects

Project #

Parcel Number

Address or Intersection

Total Net New Units

P1

31620120

31620121

10101 N Wolfe Rd (the Rise)

2,402

P2

32627043

21267 Stevens Creek Blvd

259

P3

34216087

10625 S. Foothill Blvd

18

P4

36610126

36610061

7357 Prospect Rd

34

P5

32634066

32634043

10118-10122 Bandley Dr

10145 N. De Anza Blvd

206

P6

34214066

34214104

34214105

22690 Stevens Creek Blvd

8

P7

35907021

10040 Bianchi Way

6

P8

35913019

20860 Mcclellan Rd

12

P9

316-06-058

316-06-059

316-06-060

19500 Pruneridge Ave

600

Total number of Pipeline Projects

3,545 units


Areas with NO specific sites anticipated to accommodate housing:

Neighborhood Area 2: Fairgrove
Neighborhood Area 5: Inspiration Heights
Neighborhood Area 10: Rancho Rincondada
Neighborhood Area 12: Oak Valley Neighborhood
Special Area 14 : Heart of the City - West
Special Area 16 : Heart of the City - Central
Special Area 17 : City Center Node
Special Area 21 : Monta Vista Village
Special Area 22 : North De Anza
Special Area 25 : South Vallco Park

Potential Sites within Neighborhood & Special Areas anticipated to accommodate housing:

Neighborhoods are areas where future changes are expected to be minimal.


Table 2: Comparison of Neighborhood Areas and anticipated future housing units

Neighborhood Area

Number of Units

1: Creston-Pharlap

31

3: Garden Gate

22

4: Homestead Villa

12

6: Jollyman

64

7: Monta Vista North

72

8: Monta Vista South

29

9: North Blaney

61

11: South Blaney

102

Total number of Neighborhood Units

393



Special Areas are typically regulated with Specific Plans and are expected to transition over the life of the General Plan.


Table 3: Comparison of Special Areas and anticipated future housing units

Special Area

Number of Units

13: Bubb Road

23

15: Heart of the City - Crossroads

0 (Tier 2 only)

16: Heart of the City - Central

0 (Tier 2 only)

18: Heart of the City - East

165

19: Homestead

27

20: Stelling Gateway

440

23: South De Anza

462

24: Vallco Shopping District

257

26: North Vallco Park

323

Total number of Special Area Units

1,374


Tier 1: is the default status for all sites listed with potential housing units. Current Tier 1 total units (Neighborhood Areas + Special Areas) = 1,767 units.

Tier 2: represents sites that may be selected for inclusion with Tier 1.

Buffers are recommended by HCD because they assist City staff with meeting No Net Loss requirements, specifically to meet low and very low affordable housing unit allocations.

Visit the following link to correlate density numbers with housing types, specifically in relation to "Missing Middle" housing options: (https://missingmiddlehousing.com/types).

From the menu on the right you can:

  • See the available housing sites map to choose where you'd like to see more housing.
  • Click to see a page for each area to learn more about sites there.
  • Download and print resources.

Cupertino City Council Sites Overview

Cupertino has identified 25 areas that were studied for potential Housing Opportunity Sites. Of these, capacity for future housing is reasonably anticipated to be accommodated in the following 16 areas of the city. This is a live list of sites, and better informed with community comments and discussion participation.

Area P: Pipeline Projects

Pipeline projects are those that have the highest likelihood of being constructed within the 8-year Housing Element cycle. The following projects have received planning entitlements, so that the primary permit needed prior to construction is a building permit.

RHNA - Pipeline Projects = Sites Inventory need

4,588 units - 3,563 units = 1,025 units needed (+ buffer)


Table 1: Pipeline Projects

Project #

Parcel Number

Address or Intersection

Total Net New Units

P1

31620120

31620121

10101 N Wolfe Rd (the Rise)

2,402

P2

32627043

21267 Stevens Creek Blvd

259

P3

34216087

10625 S. Foothill Blvd

18

P4

36610126

36610061

7357 Prospect Rd

34

P5

32634066

32634043

10118-10122 Bandley Dr

10145 N. De Anza Blvd

206

P6

34214066

34214104

34214105

22690 Stevens Creek Blvd

8

P7

35907021

10040 Bianchi Way

6

P8

35913019

20860 Mcclellan Rd

12

P9

316-06-058

316-06-059

316-06-060

19500 Pruneridge Ave

600

Total number of Pipeline Projects

3,545 units


Areas with NO specific sites anticipated to accommodate housing:

Neighborhood Area 2: Fairgrove
Neighborhood Area 5: Inspiration Heights
Neighborhood Area 10: Rancho Rincondada
Neighborhood Area 12: Oak Valley Neighborhood
Special Area 14 : Heart of the City - West
Special Area 16 : Heart of the City - Central
Special Area 17 : City Center Node
Special Area 21 : Monta Vista Village
Special Area 22 : North De Anza
Special Area 25 : South Vallco Park

Potential Sites within Neighborhood & Special Areas anticipated to accommodate housing:

Neighborhoods are areas where future changes are expected to be minimal.


Table 2: Comparison of Neighborhood Areas and anticipated future housing units

Neighborhood Area

Number of Units

1: Creston-Pharlap

31

3: Garden Gate

22

4: Homestead Villa

12

6: Jollyman

64

7: Monta Vista North

72

8: Monta Vista South

29

9: North Blaney

61

11: South Blaney

102

Total number of Neighborhood Units

393



Special Areas are typically regulated with Specific Plans and are expected to transition over the life of the General Plan.


Table 3: Comparison of Special Areas and anticipated future housing units

Special Area

Number of Units

13: Bubb Road

23

15: Heart of the City - Crossroads

0 (Tier 2 only)

16: Heart of the City - Central

0 (Tier 2 only)

18: Heart of the City - East

165

19: Homestead

27

20: Stelling Gateway

440

23: South De Anza

462

24: Vallco Shopping District

257

26: North Vallco Park

323

Total number of Special Area Units

1,374


Tier 1: is the default status for all sites listed with potential housing units. Current Tier 1 total units (Neighborhood Areas + Special Areas) = 1,767 units.

Tier 2: represents sites that may be selected for inclusion with Tier 1.

Buffers are recommended by HCD because they assist City staff with meeting No Net Loss requirements, specifically to meet low and very low affordable housing unit allocations.

Visit the following link to correlate density numbers with housing types, specifically in relation to "Missing Middle" housing options: (https://missingmiddlehousing.com/types).

Page last updated: 19 Sep 2022, 02:49 PM