Los Gatos-based Duc Housing Partners is developing the projecton Hesperian Blvd. The company plans to have the first bank ofoffices built and leased by fall 2001, though completion will bephased over the next decade.


And over the next decade,a lot of things will likely change forHayward and other rural cities on the Silicon Valley's northernedge. Developers are increasingly considering cities like Hayward,predominantly middle-to-lower-class communities with lots of vacantland at relatively inexpensive price tags.

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