Inspiration on the Drawing Board: Grape Avenue

Located on a major thoroughfare, this project merges a need for housing with the city’s desire to maintain its tax revenue from a surface-parked auto dealership into a vibrant mixed-use development. The auto dealership will be 23,000 sf on the ground floor activating the street scene with an additional 7,000 sf of office mezzanine space, a three-level parking structure integrated within the mixed-use building (one subsurface level and two above ground) for visitors, storage for vehicles for sale, and service area for customers.

The four-story residential component consists of 88 large, 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom units. Podium level features luxurious outdoor living amenities, pool, and spa. Generous patios and planter areas provide privacy and a buffer between the common amenity spaces and podium-level residences.

A four-story clubhouse amenity core and gym at the hinge of the plan is a prominent design element as residents and visitors enter from the welcoming secondary side street. Five 4-bedroom single-family detached fee- simple homes with walk-out basements provide a transition from the mixed-use building to the adjacent single-family neighbors. A dramatic stair and series of green walls invite these residents to the podium deck’s amenities.

Architect/Designer | Dahlin Group Architecture Planning
Developer | De Anza Properties

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