Plans for The Hills at Vallco include a vibrant, sustainable, walkable and safe new neighborhood with a mix of retail, dining, entertainment, recreation, offices, housing, open space and public amenities.
A transit center and free community shuttle for city residents will connect to and strengthen the existing pedestrian, bike, public transportation and street networks in Cupertino, helping to reduce car-dependence and alleviate traffic.
A unique and sustainable 30-acre Community Park and Nature Preserve with recreational facilities, walking and jogging trails vineyards, orchards and organic gardens, children’s play areas and a refuge for native species of plants and birds.
The Hills at Vallco will be designed in a traditional town layout. Two town squares will connect to a variety of retail, dining, entertainment venues, offices and residences through interlaced, walkable and bike-friendly streets.
A mix of family oriented retail, entertainment venues and restaurants will be integrated to maximize opportunities for people to shop, live, work, learn and play.
As a new cultural center for Cupertino and Silicon Valley, The Hills at Vallco will bring together the community for celebrations and neighborhood events in its town squares.
This environmentally-conceived plan will target LEED Platinum, using recycled water and featuring native, drought-tolerant landscaping that thrives on little to no water.
The green roof, natural ventilation and smart technology will ensure energy efficiency, by keeping the buildings and surroundings cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
The Hills at Vallco will include family- and entertainment-oriented retail shops, a new mix of dining options and community space for public events.
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and nestled in between Apple’s current Infinite Loop headquarters and Apple Campus 2, The Hills at Vallco will feature an authentic sense of place, connection, innovation and beauty, and a level of vibrancy and sustainability not yet experienced in Silicon Valley.
An architectural sketch of The Hills at Vallco by Rafael Viñoly demonstrates the distinct design of the world’s largest green roof. Sand Hill Property Company selected Rafael Viñoly Architects and OLIN Landscape Architects, two world-renowned designers with national and international expertise as well as Silicon Valley experience, to bring the vision to reality.