Development

Friant corridor study OKd if businesses foot bill

Quad Knopf may study potential development uses along the Friant Road corridor.The Fresno County Board of Supervisors today approved a study to evaluate development opportunities along the Friant Road corridor.

IBM team lists Fresno faults, opportunities

Brian Snitzer, senior technical staff member of IBM global technology services, discusses the findings of the Smarter Cities Challenge study.IBM’s Smarter Cities Challenge team discussed both the positives and shortcomings it found after its three-week study of Fresno at a press conference on Friday in the Fresno City Council Chamber.

Downtown’s newest mural to be unveiled

Butterflies Lovers was created by Nary Tan. The newest piece of art in downtown Fresno’s Mural District will be unveiled at a special ceremony during ArtHop tomorrow.

Porterville commercial development gets city's OK

The Porterville City Council has approved a 23-acre commercial mixed use project that will include an apartment complex, a commercial area, an office building and a personal storage facility.

Team hails “topping-out” of Madera courthouse

An artist’s rendering of the $79 million, four-story, 110,000 square-foot Madera Courthouse facility scheduled to open next year.A major milestone was reached Feb. 15 as the last steel beam was raised and placed on the four-story, 110,000 square-foot Madera Courthouse.

Fresno's McCaffrey Homes wins five Eliant awards

McCaffrey HomesFresno-based McCaffrey Homes scored well again this year in the 2013 Eliant Homebuyers’ Choice Awards for quality of home design, construction and customer service.

Granville unveils $12M DT Fresno project

Residential units near museum.GV Urban, a division of Grandville Homes, on Thursday provided a preview of what its new $12 million mixed-use downtown project surrounding the former Metropolitan Museum will look like.

Granville to unveil new downtown project at ArtHop

Tonight’s GV Urban event will provide a sneak peek at plans for the $12 million project surrounding the Metropolitan Museum.GV Urban, a division of Granville Homes, will unveil its next project in downtown Fresno during ArtHop tonight.

Fresno developer seeks to expedite delayed housing development

Work on the Westlake master planned community may begin in early 2014 if a time schedule found acceptable by Fresno’s City Manager Mark Scott and the developer is deemed acceptable by the Fresno City council.

Bank funds Valley housing projects

Local housing projects were awarded grants from the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco to provide more than 60 living units to lower-income individuals.