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HOBBS RESIDENTIAL (PLN2016-00270): 41948, 42012, and 42092 Mission Blvd.

Application's City Staff Project Planner: Bill Roth

Approved by City Council March 14th

City Council March 14th Agenda

Planning Commission recommended approval January 26th

Planning Commission January 26th Agenda

H.A.R.B. approved Rodrigues Farmhouse Dec. 8th

Environmental Review Initial Study

Traffic Study and other Environmental Documents

Hobbs Site Plan

The Hobbs Residential Planned District development proposed by Robson Homes is located at 41948, 42012, and 42092 Mission Blvd. north-west of 680. It is in the Mission San Jose Community Plan Area. It does not include the Wong property at 42054 Mission Blvd.

  • 55 56 new 2-story houses on the lower 11.16 acres of the approximately 25-acre site
  • The Hobbs residence will remain on the upper lot
  • The Rodrigues house will remain on the lot on Mission Bvd. closest to Mission Cielo and Palm Ave. and be restored***
  • There will be a 5-acre "Lot C" above the Toe of the Hill that will remain in an open-space easement
  • The two custom houses highest on the hill have no plans submitted yet
  • Four or five bedrooms — some with a studio apartment above a detached garage
  • Many of the house plans are similar to those in Robson's Dias Residential development
  • Access will be from Mission Blvd. onto a new public street that will be shared with the Dias development
  • The space currently allocated for the access street into the Dias development will be used for one of the Hobbs development houses
  • Four houses will have driveways off Mission Cielo Ct.
  • Parking will be in garages, on the driveways and on the streets within the project
  • Rodrigues
    1896 Rodrigues Farmhouse

    *** The tank house on the Rodrigues property will be moved up the hill and made into an office studio. A 1,282 sq. ft. addition will put on the hill side of the house. Extensive work is planned for the house. This restoration has been approved by the Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB).

    Previously HOBBS RESIDENTIAL PRP PLN2014-00345

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

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