The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to decide on an appeal later today of The Mark, a 23-story student-oriented project to be built at 475 South 4th Street in Downtown San Jose. The public teleconference meeting is scheduled to begin today, October 13th, at 6:30 PM. City staff has recommended the commission reject the appeal and approve the special use permits to commence construction. The public teleconference meeting is scheduled to begin today, October 13th, at 6:30 PM.
475 South 4th Street
Permits have been submitted seeking the approval of a multi-family residential project at 475 South 4th Street in San Jose. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential building with on-site parking spaces. A special-use permit has been filed to allow the demolition of three residential structures totaling approximately 16,883 square feet. Urban Catalyst is the project developer. BDE Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction. Guzzardo Partnership is managing the landscape of the apartment complex.
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.
Urban Catalyst, a Silicon Valley real estate opportunity zone fund, has plans to build a 21-story high-end student housing tower right next to the San Jose State University campus in the fast-urbanizing downtown San Jose. The 250-foot tower will yield 335,260 square feet with capacity for over 850 student residents, parking for cars and bicycles, and shared amenities. Permits filed in June and July of this year are currently under review by the city.