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KT Urban Gets Green Light on Cupertino Development

Cupertino-based KT Urban received unanimous approval from the City of Cupertino Environmental Review Committee to move forward with plans for Westport Cupertino, an enhanced senior and family living development. Located at 21267 Stevens Creek Blvd., the community will include 206 senior living units, including 48 units offering affordable senior living and 27 memory care residences, as well as 88 units of single-family row homes and townhouses.

KT Urban’s Mark Tersini says, “Westport Cupertino provides a real opportunity for the City to address the challenges created by the recent housing crisis, while also meeting the needs of a segment of the population with unique housing requirements.”

Amenities include an onsite library, theater, lounge, restaurant, café, roof deck and terrace, medical offices, and exercise rooms providing a range of activities and support for senior residents. The project, being built on the existing site of The Oaks Center shopping center, will also include below-grade parking, electrical vehicle charging stations, and bicycle parking.

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