A joint community and environmental public scoping meeting for a project at 1655 Berryessa Road in San Jose have been scheduled. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building with apartments and commercial space. Under the project, the three existing industrial buildings, ancillary structures, and a parking lot will be demolished. Trees on the site would be removed and replaced.
The Facchino family is the property owner.
The property site merges three parcels into one. The Facchino development will include single-family residences, townhomes, and high-density apartments. The project will bring 850 residential units. A commercial space of 480,000 square feet will be created on the site. The office building facade will have twelve stories. The residences and open spaces will be located behind the office building. About 180 of the units are expected to be affordable homes.
The commercial building would include up to three levels of underground parking with a maximum of 1,200 parking stalls.
The City Planning Commission is conducting a meeting to discuss the project on August 12, 2021 at 6:30 PM, details of which can be found here.
The property site is located across the Berryessa BART station, making it a mixed-use transit-oriented development. The property sits near various supermarkets and retail stores.