Alviso Adobe Park

$356,837

open space authority funds contributed to project

2005

project awarded

The Alviso Adobe is a rare example of a two-story Monterey Colonial style adobe structure. The 175-year-old building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. In December 2005, the Authority approved an allocation of $356,837 for a restoration project that includes an orchard, garden, and outdoor activity area.
Award Date:
December 7, 2005
Program:
20% Funding Program
Location:
2087 Alivso Adobe Ct. Milpitas, CA 95035

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