The Daily Journal has a piece describing the latest development on the lot that used to house the old hospital
The groundwork is set to be laid by Burlingame officials for a massive residential and health service development proposed by the Peninsula Health Care District slated to be built near Mills-Peninsula Medical Center.
The Burlingame City Council will address during a meeting Monday, Sept. 21, a proposal to get a head start on the environmental review of a project which could bring as many as 250 housing units to an approximately 8-acre site near the intersection of Trousdale Drive and Marco Polo Way.
An official environmental impact report will be required for the project, but it is too early in the process to begin, said Burlingame Community Development Director Bill Meeker. The council stands to approve during the meeting Monday a service agreement between the health care district with David J. Powers and Associates to conduct some initial steps of the environmental impact review, said Meeker.
It looks like the Hospital Redevelopment category will be vibrant for quite some time. I'll take senior housing with multiple levels of care in one place near the hospital over so-called affordable housing right downtown ANYTIME.