Proposed development brings shops, apartments —and citizen concerns
With a $1.75-billion commitment from the state budget and more than a dozen new bills in the works, Gov. Gavin Newsom late last year set a goal of building 3.5 million new homes over the next five years—and made a promise to meet California’s housing shortage head-on.
One developer is ready to build 118 apartments in Agoura Hills, but says progress on the project has been slow due to a number of roadblocks in the way.
“Ground zero, Agoura Hills”— as Brian Poliquin of PK architects describes it—is an 18.5-acre planned development at the southeast corner of Agoura and Kanan roads known as The Ave (Agoura Village East).