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September 25, 2013
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Parc Metro > Metro Walk > Residences One & Two Floorplans

August 18, 2013
Parc Metro > Metro Walk > Residences One & Two Floorplans

Parc Metro > Metro Walk > Residences One & Two Floorplans

2013 July Santa Clara County Real Estate Report

July 13, 2013

 

 

Click here for the 2013 July Santa Clara County Real Estate Report.

 

 

Santa Clara County Real Estate Report for June 2013

June 26, 2013

Santa Clara County Real Estate Report for June 2013

Northpoint (Townhomes with Cupertino Schools Collins/

May 27, 2013

Northpoint (Townhomes with Cupertino Schools – Collins Elementary / Cupertino Middle / Fremont High) prices so far in 2013 have gone up, down, then back up.  This is clear from my Northpoint sales price charts.

To check the schools for any address in the Cupertino Union School District, use the CUSD street locator.

Map of Cupertino Monta Vista Homes Under $1.1M

June 12, 2012

A picture tells a thousands words. Take a loop at this map I put together of Cupertino Monta Vista Homes that sold this year under $1.1M. Notice how the listings that sold under $1.1M are clustered by the highway, railroad, or busy street. If you want to buy a Monta Vista home under $1.1M in this market, you have to think about whether you mind living near a highway, railroad, or busy street.

Monta Vista High Townhouses are all located near Railroad, Highway, or Busy Street

May 28, 2012

Monta Vista High townhouses are all located near railroad, highway, or busy street.  Here is a map showing all the sales on townhouses in Monta Vista since January 1, 2011.

Mountain View Townhouses rising since bottom in 2010

May 21, 2012

Mountain View Ada Ave Townhouses have been rising since their bottom in 2010. Here are charts that illustrate this.

City of Santa Clara “Road Diets” on Pruneridge westward toward the New Proposed Apple Campus

December 10, 2011

City of Santa Clara “Road Diets” on Pruneridge westward toward the New Proposed Apple Campus

Posted under: General Area in Santa Clara, Traffic & Public Transportation in Santa Clara, In My Neighborhood in Santa Clara | December 10, 2011 12:00 AM

The City of Santa Clara has completed implementation of its “Road Diets” on Pruneridge and Monroe. These so-called “Road Diets” are the cities roadway lane reductions from 4 through lanes down to 2 through lanes with a two-way center left turn lane on Pruneridge Avenue from Pomeroy Ave to Lawrence Expressway and westbound Monroe from Scott Blvd to Los Padres Blvd. The City of Santa Clara has also “road dieted” Pruneridge Ave from Lawrence Expressway westward to Tantau Ave to connect new bicycle lanes to existing bicycle lanes in the City of Cupertino.

Road diets become feasible when streets operate at less than 50% of the capacity they were originally designed to carry. For instance, Pruneridge Ave was two lanes in both directions but the traffic was fairly quiet west of Pomeroy and west of Lawrence, so the city decided to reduce those sections of Pruneridge to just one lane in each direction.

West of Pomeroy, motorists can pull into the new center two-way left turn lane and wait for a gap in the traffic before completing their maneuver. Unfortunately, no such center lane exists east of Pomeroy. Therefore, parents who drop off their Eisenhower Elementary kids at the tennis court have a harder time now to turn left out of the tennis court parking lot. With the old arrangement of two lanes in each direction, parents only needed to wait for a red light at Pomeroy to turn left onto Pruneridge Ave. Now that the city has reduced the westbound lane to a single lane, the line of cars at a red light at Pomeroy now often stretches far past the tennis court exit. Parents now have no choice but to wait until they finally have a courteous drivers heading west on Pruneridge who is courteous enough to let them onto Pruneridge.

The city trumpets these changes as positive, stating that having only one lane of conflicting traffic as opposed to the original two lanes, makes it easier to see whether backing out of a driveway is safe.

In conclusion, we’ll have to wait until the new Apple campus takes shape and is functional before judging whether these recent changes to Pruneridge Ave were good or bad.

Posted by Robert Real Estate (408) 596-3188 at 12:01 AM

Labels: 2011, Area, December 10, General, neighborhood, Public Transportation, Santa Clara, traffic

Backyard Tropical Paradise in Blossom Valley

November 12, 2011