Construction crews have quickly installed the curtainwall glass covering Adobe’s new office tower at 333 West San Fernando Street in Downtown San Jose. Dubbed Adobe North Tower, the project is the fourth skyscraper for the Adobe Global Headquarters. The software company has been operating from San Jose since 1996, with the construction of Adobe Tower West and the subsequent completion of Adobe Tower East in 1998 and Adobe Almaden Tower in 2003.
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Renderings have been revealed during a planning commission meeting of the six-story residential proposal for 1814-1820 Ogden Drive in Burlingame, San Mateo County. The development would add 90 new units to the city’s housing market, within walking distance of a BART and Caltrain Station. San Mateo-based Sierra Investments is responsible for the development through Ogden Properties MGMT.
A recent site visit by SFYIMBY has documented that construction is well underway for 70 and 76 North Winchester Boulevard, one of several structures that comprise Santa Clara Agrihood, a unique senior housing development with 361 dwelling units, retail, and urban farmland by Santa Clara’s border with San Jose. Core Companies, a real estate and construction firm, is responsible for the development.
Construction crews have topped out the six-story residential development dubbed 1910 NOMA in Walnut Creek, a burgeoning semi-urban center in Contra Costa County. Located at 1910 North Main Street, the project is rising across from Target and within walking distance of the city’s BART Station. Anton Development is responsible for the development.
Construction has progressed quickly for Downtown San Jose’s newest high-rise office tower at 200 Park Avenue. Over the last two months, Level 10 Construction crews have brought the building from the street level to near the halfway point, with steel extending as many as ten floors above the street. Jay Paul Company is responsible for the development.