CUPERTINO, Calif. — The City of Cupertino Planning Commission has approved the development of Westport Cupertino, a seniors housing and multifamily community in Cupertino. KT Urban is developing the property.
The mixed-use project has now cleared all required approvals except the City Council, which plans to review the proposal in the next month.
Located at 21267 Stevens Creek Blvd., Westport Cupertino will feature 206 senior living apartments, including 48 affordable units and 27 memory-care units, and 88 single-family units in a mix of row home and townhome styles. In addition, the development includes 20,000 square feet of retail. The site is located across the street from De Anza College and the Cupertino Senior Center.
Community amenities will include an on-site library, theater, lounge, restaurant, café, roof deck and terrace, medical offices and exercise rooms providing a range of activities and support for senior residents. Additionally, the project will feature below-grade parking, electrical vehicle charging stations and bicycle parking.
The project is a redevelopment of the former 71,254-square-foot Oaks Shopping Center, which sits on an 8.1-acre site. KT Urban’s original plan was rejected by the City Council in 2017, but the new proposal includes the addition of seniors housing and below-market-rate units.
Project partners include Atria Senior Living, Related Cos. and C2K Architecture.