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Location: 10931 N De Anza Blvd.

Applicant: Sherly Kwok (De Anza Properties)

Property Owner: De Anza Properties

Architect: Winkleman Designs

City Contact: Gian Paolo Martire, gianm@cupertino.org

 Doc32Public Hearings:

Environmental Review Committee (ERC): 

August 1, 2019 at 9:30 am

Cupertino City Hall
10300 Torre Avenue, Conference Room C
Cupertino, CA 95014

 

The ERC will review the Draft Initial Study for the Mitigated Negative Declaration. Below is a link to the draft document:

Draft Initial Study - De Anza Hotel

Appendix A

Appendix B

Appendix C

Appendix D

Appendix E -1

Appendix E -2

Appendix E -3

Appendix E -4

Planning Commission:

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at
6:45 p.m.
Cupertino Community Hall
10350 Torre Avenue

The Planning Commission reviewed and recommended approval of the project to City Council 4-0 (Saxena Absent). Below is a link to the Staff agenda  (including the Staff Reports and all its attachments), presentation, and public comments received thus far.

December 10, 2019 Planning Commission Agenda

Planning Commission Presentation for the De Anza Hotel

Public Comments

City Council:

Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at
6:45 p.m.
Cupertino Community Hall
10350 Torre Avenue

The City Council reviewed and approved General Plan Amendment (GPA-2018-01,EA-2018-03), Development Permit (DP-2018-01), Architectural and Site Approval (ASA-2018-02), and Conditional Use Permit (U-2018-02) 4-1 (Willey voting no). Council did not conduct the first reading of Ordinance No 20-2195 and instead directed the Community Development Director to renegotiate the development agreement (DA) to increase the amount of the Community Amenity (public benefit) payment offered to the City from $500,000 to $1 million and clarify that the fees paid for shuttle transportation to and from the De Anza Hotel and regional airports and other significant destinations for City residents and other non-hotel guests will not exceed 50% of the fees paid by hotel guests (Scharf and Paul voting no).

Below is a link to the Staff agenda  (including the Staff Reports and all its attachments), presentation, and public comments received thus far.

March 3, 2020 City Council Agenda

City Council Presentation for the De Anza Hotel

Public Comment

City Council:

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at
6:45 p.m.
This will be a hearing conducted virtually. A notification will be sent out prior to the hearing with details on how the public can participate.

Two items will be presented to the City Council for their consideration:

  • Petition for Reconsideration of Council's 3/3/20 approval of the De Anza Hotel; and 
  • First reading of a Development Agreement for a new 155 room 7-story hotel (24-hour operations) with underground parking, event meeting rooms, a ground floor restaurant with separate bar and a rooftop lounge with a separate bar.

Application Summary: 

General Plan Amendment to demolish a commercial building and construct a new full-service boutique hotel with 155 rooms with amendments to hotel allocation, height, and setbacks.  

Project Data:

Lot Size: 1.29 net acres

Type: Hotel

Number of Hotel Rooms: 155

Permits Required:

Permit approvals including, but not limited to the following, may be required:

  • General Plan Amendment (GPA-2018-01,EA-2018-03) 
  • Development Permit (DP-2018-01)
  • Development Agreement (DA-2018-01)
  • Architectural and Site Approval (ASA-2018-02)
  • Conditional Use Permit (U-2018-02)

Project Drawings:

Plan Set - 1

Plan Set - 2