A new urban renaissance transforms Milpitas

The City of Milpitas seized the opportunity to redevelop underutilized industrial land to meet the high demand for housing, offices, and retail in Silicon Valley. The Milpitas transit-oriented village covers 437 acres of mostly former industrial properties on the southern end of Milpitas. [1]

Since 2008, Milpitas has experienced significant growth and development. Residential and mixed-use projects in the Milpitas transit-oriented village are adding 6,875 housing units and over 190,000 square…

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