Terrace - Some Facts
Terrace does not require any planning or building code variances.
Blithedale Terrace has contributed $10,000 (20 x $500 maximum proposed)
to the redevelopment of Freeman Park.
percent (four) of the Blithedale Terrace units will become part
of the Marin Housing Authority’s affordable housing program.
Our proposal enhances Mill Valley's small town character by providing
those with limited incomes, who
otherwise could not afford it, the opportunity to buy a new home
We will propose a program to the City of Mill Valley whereby city
and school employees will be able to rent affordable (workforce)
houses from the city.
Blithedale Terrace will reserve the initial sale of the market rate
units for the children of current
Mill Valley residents.
Our community's preliminary score in the Green Point rating system
is approximately 200 out of a possible
360. The basic score for this program is 50 points.
Blithedale Terrace qualifies as a transit oriented project due to
its location at a four route bus stop, its
adjacency to a major transit corridor, and its immediacy to a range
of services, shopping, and community activities.
are 6,250 dwelling units located in Mill valley, of which 1,700
are of compact design. The addition of 20 compact design homes will
not affect (change) the small town character of the Town.
will provide a public path through our project to access the property
above, known as Kite Hill to some, if that property owner will allow
Mill Valley Fire Department will have the perpetual right to place
signs on Blithedale Terrace property to
advertise their pancake breakfast.