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UPDATE: Campbell Pruneyard Cinemas faces ‘substantial problems with landlord’

The long-term sustainability of a beloved Campbell theater is in jeopardy, after being hit with an unmanageable rent hike. Pruneyard Cinemas management is working to restructure its lease with landlord, Regency Centers, and is looking for local supporters to help Regency understand its longstanding relationship with the community. In January the Cinemas, located in The...

Southern Italy-style restaurant drawn to downtown Campbell

A new restaurant that captures the flavors of Southern Italy is now part of Campbell’s bustling downtown district scene. Doppio Zero, located at 220 E. Campbell Ave. in the heart of downtown, recently opened its doors, offering homemade pasta and wood-fired Neapolitan pizza. The restaurant includes a full bar and indoor and outdoor seating for...

Campbell finalizes economic plan with mixed business response

Campbell’s latest economic development plan is getting mixed reviews from business owners after its first update since 2017. The three-year plan, unanimously adopted by the Campbell City Council in April, aims to tackle three areas of economic growth: filling vacancies, preserving its trade sector and creating a vibrant downtown hub. While the city is working to fix...

West Valley city faces multimillion-dollar shortfall

One West Valley city will be forced to tighten its belt in the coming years, as it faces a multimillion–dollar budget shortfall largely due to factors outside its control. Campbell anticipates roughly $66 million in revenue for fiscal year 2024-25, but expects to spend about $70 million, resulting in an estimated $4 million budget deficit....

Campbell development will add dozens of homes

A cranny of Campbell is slated for demolition to make way for a larger housing project, leaving some residents and businesses unsure if they will be able to stay in the West Valley city. The Campbell City Council earlier this month unanimously approved a unique housing development that includes 25 townhomes, 10 apartments and 12...

Campbell plans housing along major roadways

Even though Campbell has failed to meet its housing requirements over the years, this time around the city plans to construct thousands of new homes in its growing community. The Campbell City Council on Tuesday unanimously agreed to rezone sections of the city for affordable and low-income housing and to reuse existing property within its 6.35-square-mile...

Campbell warehouse approved after resident appeal falls flat

A Campbell warehouse project is moving forward in a small industrial section of the city, despite neighbors’ insistence that it will create an eyesore in their backyards. The Campbell City Council last Tuesday voted 3-2 to deny an appeal for revisions to the development from residents living behind the proposed site, located at 940-946 S. McGlincy Lane....

Campbell plans affordable apartments at VTA station

Campbell is set to add nearly 100 affordable homes on a site leased from VTA off Winchester Boulevard. The 1.6-acre project will turn an underutilized parking lot at the Winchester light rail station into 90 affordable apartments for residents making 60% or less of Santa Clara County’s median income — more than $153,700 in 2022,...

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