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BRINGHURST RESIDENTIAL (PLN2013-00103): 42425 Mission Blvd.

Application's City Staff Project Planner: Clifford Nguyen

City Council approved development on 05/20/14

City Council May 20th Agenda

Planning Commission recommended approval April 24th

April 24th Planning Commission Agenda

Approved by H.A.R.B. on April 3rd

Environmental Review documents [4.7MB] have been posted.


Development Plan

The Bringhurst Residential development proposed by Robson Homes is located at 42425 Mission Blvd. just north-west of I-680. It is in the Mission San Jose Community Plan Area.

The two old houses were built by George Olive Darrow some time after he bought the property in 1919. The main house will be moved forward and restored. This was Judge E. Quaresma's home between 1950 and 1998. Mission Creek runs through the south-east border.

Quaresma House

  • There will be 22 24 single-family houses, including the existing home and a custom-built house, on 3 acres.
  • They now plan to move the historic home a few feet north and will have to go before H.A.R.B. for permission.
  • The lot is 4.7 acres. 1.6 acres containing a section of Mission Creek will be given to the Alameda County Flood Control District and 0.1 acres will be given for Mission Blvd. improvements.
  • The houses will be 2-story with 4 bedrooms expect for two houses that will have a small 3rd story element.
  • Most lots will be between 4,000 and 5,000 square feet.
  • There is a mixture of house plans with attached and detached garages.
  • A new private street, central to the development, will be off Mission Blvd.
  • One side of the street will have no sidewalk.
  • There will be a 16-foot wide trail along the creek's edge in the Alameda County Flood Control District parcel.
  • A few neighbors attended a Community Courtesy Meeting held by Robson in the Summer of 2012. They were shown a plan with 24 houses.

    The public may arrange to view the development plans by contacting the Application's City Staff Project Planner: Clifford Nguyen

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