Bay Meadows Breaks Ground on Two Townhome Projects

Bay Meadows makes headlines in ENR California!

Bay Meadows is making news in local and national press alike. Recently, news of our groundbreaking appeared in The Registry, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, and Engineering News Record California (ENR). In “Bay Meadows Breaks Ground on Two Townhome Projects”, ENR California reporter Greg Aragon shared some of our rich history, and provided details of what’s to come with our first two residential projects. Check out Greg’s feature below!

Bay Meadows Breaks Ground on Two Townhome Projects
By Greg Aragon
October 18, 2012

From airfield to horse racetrack to transit station, Bay Meadows has brought variety and history to Northern California. And now with the groundbreaking of two large townhome projects developed by Wilson Meany, the famous plot of land in San Mateo is helping spur resurgence in the housing market.

“These 156 townhomes along with two parks will be a fantastic start to the community,” says Kim Havens, Wilson Meany project director. “They will provide much needed inventory to a market with very little new housing supply.
The projects, which broke ground this month, are Landsdowne, a 93-unit enclave by Shea Homes, and Amelia, a 63-home neighborhood by TRI Pointe Homes.

“The enthusiastic commitment of these two national homebuilders is a sign of recovery in the housing market,” adds Wilson Meany Partner Janice Thacher.

Designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning of Oakland, the neighborhoods are scheduled for completion in 2013 and will feature a style and mood to reflect their surroundings.

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