Danville Express

Newsfront - August 10, 2007

Design Review Board asks changes for Elworthy project

The Danville Design Review Board at its meeting last month asked developers to make several changes on the Elworthy property project, which includes 84 single family homes and two six-unit apartment buildings alongside San Ramon Valley Boulevard, one mile south of Sycamore Valley Road.

Some of the suggested changes are building a swimming pool at the recreation area, which already had a playground, a picnic area and 200 acres dedicated to open space. The board also recommended maximizing parking opportunities, and creating high walls and landscaping in front of the project's entrance, said Town Principal Planner David Crompton.

O'Brien Development, the developers, will take the suggestions and integrate them into their architectural plans and submit updated designs to the Review Board on Aug. 30.

"The architectural plans are well done," said Crompton. "It's a high quality project. It was well-received."


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