The City of San Jose is starting the public review period for 475 South 4th Street, a new 23-story residential tower in Downtown San Jose. The 274-foot tower is planned to add 240 rental apartments with student-focused amenities to the South Bay housing market. Urban Catalyst is responsible for the development, dubbed The Mark.
The 274-foot structure will yield 355,888 square feet, with 240 units ranging in size from one to four bedrooms. Amenities will include gathering areas on each floor, study rooms, a gym, and an amenity roof deck. Parking will be included on-site for 60 bicycles and 95 vehicles. To appease the city’s 192-vehicle requirement for the project scale, the developers will make an arrangement for off-site parking.
Along with being near the San Jose State University Campus, residents of 475 South 4th Street will be about four blocks from the future downtown San Jose BART station entrance.
The public review process started in late April and will continue until June 14th. For more information on how to share your input, you can view the city press release here.
Project documents published last month state construction could begin as soon as June of 2021 and last for 24 months.