Claremont Real Estate Listings & News
Claremont Heritage presents its 40th annual home tour on Sunday, October 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Claremont Heritage conducted its very first home tour in 1982, and this year’s event marks 40 years of presenting significant historic and architectural homes for members and the public to experience. Over the years Heritage has welcomed thousands of people to learn about the rich architectural heritage of this fine small town.
Even by check passing standards, Tuesday’s event with Congresswoman Judy Chu and local leaders was a doozy. Pictured above (L-R) are Chu, Claremont Mayor Jed Leano and Rimmi Hundal, executive director of Tri City Mental Health discussing plans for a new 15-unit low-income housing project at the future site at 956 W. Base Line Road. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Every week, Claremont Community Services Director Jeremy Swan takes a stroll around one of the city’s 20 public parks to ensure one thing: that their greenery hasn’t faded away.
Our work here represents a slice of what the City of Trees is known for. Publisher Peter Weinberger explores our urban vistas, storied architecture, and mountain views with stunning photography in “Vertical Claremont.” COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
On Monday the State of California put Claremont on notice that the city violated state law by denying an easement over a public park that would help facilitate the construction of a permanent supportive housing project. The letter from the Department of Housing and Community Development’s Assistant Deputy Director, Local Government Relations and Accountability, David Zisser states “In denying the easement, the City of Claremont (City) has violated the Housing Accountability Act (HAA) under Government Code 65589.5.”
Parents and guardians of Claremont Unified School District students are reminded the first day of the 2022-23 school year is Wednesday, August 31.
Members of the audience applaud the remarks of Councilmember Corey Calaycay on Tuesday during the Claremont City Council meeting. The council voted 3-2 not to approve Jamboree Housing Corporation’s request for an easement across the parking lot at Larkin Park handing the company a set back in their quest to build a permanent supportive housing development on Harrison Avenue. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Regular readers of the Claremont COURIER may be getting the impression that the entire city is either under construction or has a proposed development coming, and you can add one more to the list, tentatively called Foothill and Towne.
Jamboree Housing Corporation Chief Development Officer Michael Massie, led a question and answer session last Thursday about the company’s proposed new project in Claremont called Larkin Place. This was the second time Jamboree officials have come to Claremont to discuss the project which would be affordable housing for formerly homeless people. Jamboree has scheduled four more meetings. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The local housing market may not be as crazy as it was 18 months ago, but that news might surprise anyone actually looking for a place to live in the City of Trees.
George Searcy, chief impact officer for Jamboree Housing answers a resident’s question last Thursday, during an informational meeting about the proposed permanent supportive housing project Larkin Place. Jamboree wants to build the affordable housing project on a tract of land owned by Pilgrim Place, which is next to Larkin Park on Harrison Avenue. Opponents of the project worry about safety and say it is too close to the park and El Roble Intermediate School. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
It’s still cheaper to buy a home than to rent in the majority of the country, according a recent report on real estate and wage trends. But here in Southern California? Not so much.
After 35 years with the family, the picturesque home of former Claremont mayor Ellen Taylor is on the market and open to visit by private appointment, and to the general […]
After 14 years of delays, construction on Colby Circle continues along Indian Hill Boulevard as crews prepare the ground for building the 96-home community. Construction on the 5-acre site began […]
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Orchard Meadows Townhome 8850 Knollwood Place, Rancho Cucamonga $380,000 Terrific end-unit townhome in the desirable Orchard Meadows HOA. Built in 1984 with 1,357 sq. […]