Upzoned properties 1,657
Sites where the allowed housing density could be increased. Examples include existing offices, retail and parking lots
In research, office and limited manufacturing (ROLM) zones 902
Sites located in southeast Palo Alto, along East Meadow Circle and West Bayshore Road
On Stanford proposed sites 749
This includes sites on Pasteur Drive (425 units), 3128 El Camino Real (144 units), and the downtown transit center (180 units)
Around Caltrain stations 798
Sites located near the downtown and California Avenue train stations
In General Manufacturing (GM) zones 596
Properties located in southeast Palo Alto, near San Antonio and E. Charleston roads
Pipeline projects 565
Housing developments whose applications are in the entitlement process or have been approved by the city
New Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) 512
Units built on property with existing housing
Redeveloped multi-family-allowed zones 461
Units built in a zone that allows multi-family housing but where other buildings exist, such as retail or offices
Along transit corridor 274
Sites located along high-use bus routes, mostly El Camino Real
At faith-based institutions 148
Houses of worship with land that could host housing
At 3300 El Camino Real 92
A proposed mixed-use office and housing development south of the Fish Market restaurant
On city staff-suggested sites 91
Sites identified by city staff as prime locations for housing, such as properties with existing office buildings and parking lots
On city-owned parking lots Zero
This idea was rejected by the Working Group
Total units 6,845
Number of units beyond 2023-2031 mandate 150
There's more online
To see an interactive map with exact addresses of parcels listed in the Housing Element, go to PaloAltoOnline.com.
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