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Revised Permits Filed for 27 South 1st Street, Downtown San Jose

27 South 1st Street aerial perspective from across West Santa Clara Street, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative27 South 1st Street aerial perspective from across West Santa Clara Street, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

New permits have been filed as developers plan groundbreaking next year for the 24-story mixed-use tower proposed for 27 South 1st Street in Downtown San Jose. Alterra Worldwide, the project developer, has stated they will use blockchain to raise funds. If built, Tower 27 will add 374 apartments, parking, and retail to the city’s urban core.

27 South 1st Street base, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

27 South 1st Street base, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

The 239-foot tall structure will yield 511,150 square feet with 352,350 square feet for residential use, 35,260 square feet for three levels of retail, and 63,030 square feet for parking. The three-level garage with stackers will have the capacity for nearly four hundred vehicles. Parking will also be included for almost a hundred bicycles on site. Residential amenities will span over 17,500 square feet.

27 South 1st Street third-level floor plan, illustration by 5G Studio Collaborative

27 South 1st Street third-level floor plan, illustration by 5G Studio Collaborative

On the third-floor podium roof, residents will find a pool and spa for use, along with balcony seating. Other amenities include an art gallery, fitness center, karaoke room, game room, and community lounge.

27 South 1st Street street view from Good Karma restaurant and a lightrail stop looking toward West Santa Clara Street, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

27 South 1st Street street view from Good Karma restaurant and a light rail stop looking toward West Santa Clara Street, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

According to recent reporting by the Bay Area News Group reporter George Avalos, the developer aims to raise $100 million for financing using blockchain technology. The financing is branded as T27 Silicoin Security Token, allowing investors to own a partial stake in the high-rise tower if built in a structure similar to publicly traded stocks.

Merriman Anderson Architects is listed as the project architect on planning applications, with renderings designed by 5G Studio Collaborative. The design will be a familiar blend of curtainwall and panels, interspersed by private balconies.

27 South 1st Street, image via Google Street View

27 South 1st Street, image via Google Street View

Alterra is hoping to break ground in 2022, with construction lasting two and a half years. The whole development is projected to cost $240 million. Residents will be in the heart of the city, near the intersection with South 1st Street and West Santa Clara Street, directly across from a VTA light rail station.

27 South 1st Street aerial view, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

27 South 1st Street aerial view, rendering by Pixel-Head Studio, design by 5G Studio Collaborative

Residents will also be less than a block from the future downtown San Jose BART station, expected to provide quick access across the Bay Area once opened around 2030. The existing Caltrain station at San Jose Diridon is under a mile away.

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1 Comment on "Revised Permits Filed for 27 South 1st Street, Downtown San Jose"

  1. Attractive at the street level; the rest is undistinguished but that’s OK, glad to see more housing.

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