One of Mill Valley’s most prominent and divisive pieces of land heads back to the spotlight when the Mill Valley Planning Commission holds an April 14 hearing on a new mixed residential and commercial development project at 500 Miller Avenue. The application comes on the heels of a purchase of the land in 2013 by developer Daniel Deibel’s Upworth Real Estate from longtime owner Al Von der Worth, who received approval for a development project there in 2010.

Von der Worth first proposed his project in June 2005, and it was the subject of more than a half-dozen study sessions and multiple hearings before the commission’s approval. The approved project was a mixed residential and commercial development comprised of a 14,276 square foot building of 9 attached, single-family residential units with a 12,217 sq. ft. parking garage below and a separate two-story 4,948 square foot commercial building. 

Deibel’s new application is for 9 attached single-family townhouse-style residential units totaling 23,502 square feet built as two buildings with 11,962 sq. ft. of parking incorporated at the rear first floor of the buildings, and a separate two-story 3,000 square foot commercial building with a separate parking lot. 

Click here for more info on the project. The hearing will be streamed live and archived on the city’s website here.

Want to know what’s happening around town? Click here to subscribe to the Enjoy Mill Valley Blog by Email!