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Free Second Unit Open House, January 15 in South San Francisco

Interested in a Second Unit?

Come See Our Free Preliminary Designs!

Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Place: City Council Chambers and Atrium
Municipal Services Building
33 Arroyo Dr.
South San Francisco, CA 94080

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HEART, through their GLADUR program, is showcasing their free preliminary second unit or Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) designs as well as a variety of environmentally sustainable green features for you to include in your ADU.

With custom ADU designs costing thousands of dollars and taking months to develop, HEART is helping homeowners build environmentally friendly ADUs built by providing free designsHEART will also be working with cities in San Mateo County to pre-review the plans to further speed up the cities’ approval process.

The designs are estimated to be completed by May 2020, but we want to provide the public with a preview of the floor plans and elevation designs.

Come tell us what you think of our designs. Meet and talk with the HEART staff, environmental consultants, and the architect firm behind these great designs and features!

  • Check out a variety of layouts: including a studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom plans
  • Learn about different architectural styles and green amenity options
  • Provide your feedback and ideas that will help guide us!

For more information about the designs or the GLADUR program, please visit www.heartofsmcadu.org, or contact us at [email protected] or 650-204-5640

You can also provide your feedback and suggestions online on our website.

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Free Second Unit Open House, January 14 in San Carlos

Interested in a Second Unit?

Come See Our Free Preliminary Designs!

Date: Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Place: San Carlos Library, 2nd floor Conference Room

             610 Elm St., San Carlos, CA 94070

Register Now!


HEART, through their GLADUR program, is showcasing their free preliminary second unit or Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) designs as well as a variety of environmentally sustainable green features for you to include in your ADU.

With custom ADU designs costing thousands of dollars and taking months to develop, HEART is helping homeowners build environmentally friendly ADUs built by providing free designsHEART will also be working with cities in San Mateo County to pre-review the plans to further speed up the cities’ approval process.

The designs are estimated to be completed by May 2020, but we want to provide the public with a preview of the floor plans and elevation designs.

Come tell us what you think of our designs. Meet and talk with the HEART staff, environmental consultants, and the architect firm behind these great designs and features!

  • Check out a variety of layouts: including a studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom plans
  • Learn about different architectural styles and green amenity options
  • Provide your feedback and ideas that will help guide us!

For more information about the designs or the GLADUR program, please visit www.heartofsmcadu.org, or contact us at [email protected] or 650-204-5640

You can also provide your feedback and suggestions online on our website.

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HEART has selected OpenScope Studio as the design firm for the GLADUR ADU Program

HEART is pleased to announce that after a thorough RFP process, we are partnering with OpenScope Studio to design our free green ADU plans  HEART’s GLADUR Program will make it easier and less expensive for homeowners to plan, design, obtain permits, and ultimately build a green ADU on their property. By creating designs and construction drawings ourselves, more »

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August 8, 2019 ADU Committee Meeting

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July 31, 2019 ADU Subcommittee Meeting

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HEART Releases Request for Proposals for Architectural Services

HEART’s Green and Livable Accessory Dwelling Unit Resource (GLADUR) program is seeking proposals from qualified architects and designers interested in contracting with HEART to prepare one or more sets of plans for the development of green accessory dwelling units. The goal of the program is to make it easier and less expensive for homeowners to plan, more »

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