Participating Development Projects

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Development projects have paid impact fees and donated more than $27,350,000 dollars to programs found in the Partnership Redwood City Program. Below are those participating developments along with their pledged support of the programs. For more information about these developments, click on the links for each project.

 

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601 Marshall

Dostart Development Company LLCM

Habitat for Humanity - $500,000
Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation - $125,000
San Mateo History Museum - $40,000
Redwood City Non-profits and schools - $150,000
Downtown In-lieu Parking - $2,950,000

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2075 Broadway

Lane Partners

Affordable Housing - $100,000
St. Vincent DePaul - $275,000
Aim High Organization - $15,000
Reading Partners - $15,000
Summer/Afterschool programs - $15,000
Arts Downtown - $15,000
Pedestrian and Bicycle - $25,000
Downtown In-lieu Parking - $3,275,000

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Stanford Redwood City (425 Broadway)

Stanford University

Neighborhood Streets Enhancement - $1,500,000
Community sustainability fund - $4,000,000
Bicycle System Improvement - $450,000
Bus Shelter Improvements - $100,000
Water Tank Improvements - $1,500,000
Storm Water Improvements - $1,000,000
Economic Development Support - $5,000,000
Recreation and Wellness - $1,000,000
Arts and Music - $250,000
Education - $250,000
Broadway Streetcar Study - $75,000

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603 Jefferson

Pauls Corporation

Affordable Housing - $1,738,000
Parks - $737,857
Schools - $294,414

Rendering - 06.15.15

815 Hamilton

Kenneth Rodrigues and Partners

Public Parking on Nights and weekends
3 years free rental for PD sub-station at Fox Theater Office
12 free community events at Fox Theater

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One Marina Hotel (650 Blair Island Road)

OTO Development/Marriot

Child Care facilities - $398,250
Affordable Housing - $1,425,000

 

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Greystar IV (1409 El Camino)

Greystar 

Affordable Housing - 35 units and $1.23 million
Parks - $2,999,990

 

 

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801 Brewster

Anton Development

Affordable Housing - 50 "very low income" units.
Parks - $2,132,884