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El Paseo de Saratoga Approved by San Jose City Council

El Paseo viewed from Saratoga Avenue, rendering by KTGYEl Paseo viewed from Saratoga Avenue, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo de Saratoga has been approved by the San Jose City Council. The project would bring new density to an area defined by suburban sprawl along Santa Clara County’s western edge. Constructions will replace a portion of a strip mall with nearly a thousand new homes, offices, and a new Whole Foods grocery store at 1312 El Paseo de Saratoga and 1777 Saratoga Avenue. Sand Hill Property is the project developer.

Sand Hill Property’s master plan spans 10.76-acres across a portion of the 33.48-acre El Paseo Shopping Center and some adjacent land. The four buildings will yield a total of 1.56 million square feet, with 1.15 million square feet for 994 housing units, 165,950 square feet of commercial space, and a quarter-million square feet for parking. The overall site will offer 1,944 total parking spaces. Part of the retail area will include 43,000 square feet for the new Whole Foods.

El Paseo site map, illustration by KRP Architects

El Paseo site map, illustration by KRP Architects

El Paseo concept board for the inner-block design, illustration courtesy KRP Architects

El Paseo concept board for the inner-block design, illustration courtesy KRP Architects

Of the project’s 994 homes to be built, 150 will be designated as affordable housing.

Buildings will rise to pinnacles between nine to twelve stories tall, though overall massing will be shaped to respect the low-rise nature of its immediate neighbors. The design is a collaboration by KTGY and Kenneth Rodrigues & Partners.

KTGY’s principal, Jessica Musick, states about the project that “the design is heavily focused on driving connection and walkability, with specific attention to the placement of the buildings.” Musick goes on to share that “the towers are grouped to create a circulation path accessible to a community park and revolving around a pedestrian-centric main drive easily zoned for farmers’ markets or food trucks.”

El Paseo mid-rise tower, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo mid-rise tower, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo main street promenade, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo main street promenade, rendering by KTGY

KRP Architects has been responsible for master planning and commercial design. Ground-level landscaping will be designed by The Guzzardo Partnership, while Petersen Studio will design amenities and roof terraces.

The site will be improved with 3.5 acres of open space, including a 1.1-acre public park and a 0.7-acre buffer zone between the site and existing single-family homes. Public amenities will include a fountain surrounded by seating and outdoor restaurant space, benches, a garden, terraces, a game lawn, and a dog park.

El Paseo circulation map, graphic by KTGY

El Paseo circulation map, graphic by KTGY

Whole Foods is proposed to operate with 43,000 square feet of floor area. The store would offer groceries with meats and seafood services, a deli, a bakery, and a cafe or restaurant with a liquor license. The store aims to hire around 150 employees.

El Paseo viewed from the El Paso de Saratoga center parking lot, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo viewed from the El Paso de Saratoga center parking lot, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo seen from Quito Road, rendering by KTGY

El Paseo seen from Quito Road, rendering by KTGY

Ahead of construction, the project will require demolishing 126,350 square feet of existing commercial buildings and removing 120 trees. This includes three structures within the El Paseo de Saratoga center and four structures across the street at Kato Business Square. The remaining El Paseo Shopping Center buildings will stay open throughout construction.

The project is located at the intersection of Saratoga Avenue and Lawrence Expressway, by Westgate Center Shopping Mall and Prospect High School. The project is along the city’s southwest border, near the cities of Campbell and Saratoga.

El Paseo de Saratoga site roughly outlined by SFYIMBY, image courtesy Google Satellite

El Paseo de Saratoga site roughly outlined by SFYIMBY, image courtesy Google Satellite

The proposal has been in the works for three years, and it makes use of the Urban Villages program adopted in 2011 for the city’s 2040 master plan. The city identified five dozen areas to be urban villages, of which fifteen have received approval.

The approval extends to the project demolition, rezoning, and certifying the Environmental Impact Report. An estimated timeline for construction has not yet been established.

Sand Hill Property Company is a Palo Alto-based real estate investment and development firm. The company is also responsible for the proposed Handel-designed renovation of 233 Geary Street on Union Square, and the Rafael Vinoly-designed masterplan for The Rise, across from Apple Park in Cupertino.

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