Housing & Development

All Cupertino Facts articles pertaining to local housing & development news.

  • YIMBY Lawsuit Costs Cupertino

    YIMBY Lawsuit Costs Cupertino

    On January 10, 2024, Cupertino settled a lawsuit filed by California Housing Defense Fund and Yes In My Back Yard (YIMBY) for missing its state-mandated Housing Element deadline. According to YIMBY Law, whose slogan includes “Sue the Suburbs,” about a dozen Bay Area jurisdictions have been sued for missing their housing-element deadlines, including Palo Alto,…


  • Are Cupertino’s Single Family Homes At Risk of Becoming Apartments?

    Are Cupertino’s Single Family Homes At Risk of Becoming Apartments?

    As in many other cities across California, Cupertino is trying to complete its Housing Element (HE), a document that describes how the city will meet its housing obligation for the period 2023-2031.  Cupertino is required to supply a minimum of 4,588 housing units, with 41% of these units being low to very low income (affordable) plus extra…


  • New Plans Revealed for Former Vallco Site

    New Plans Revealed for Former Vallco Site

    On December 5, 2023, the property owner of the former Vallco shopping mall, which is located at N. Wolfe Rd. and Stevens Creek Blvd., submitted a new development plan to the City of Cupertino. The plan, called “The Rise,” is posted on the City website. The old shopping site is replaced by a mix of…


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