Just two years after the Macy’s shopping mall was demolished in the center of Downtown Sunnyvale, construction has moved fast for phase two. A recent site visit by YIMBY has shown two seven-story offices and the twelve-story apartment complex have topped out, with facade installation underway. Hunter Properties and Sares Regis Group are jointly responsible for the project, part of the 36-acre Cityline Sunnyvale master plan.
Cityline Sunnyvale Project
New high-resolution renderings have been revealed for the proposed six-story office building at 300 South Mathilda Avenue in Sunnyvale. The project is part of the city-altering CityLine Sunnyvale development that is bringing housing, offices, retail, and a new public park to Santa Clara County’s second most populous city. The project is being led by STC Venture LLC, a joint venture with Hunter Properties and Sares Regis Group.
Development permits are under review seeking the approval of two seven- story office buildings with retail space at 200 West Washington Avenue, Sunnyvale. The project proposal includes the construction of two office buildings with flex spaces, parking and shared services. Gensler is managing the design concepts and construction of the project.
The City of Sunnyvale has approved development plans for the construction of a 479-unit two-building project at 200 South Taaffe Street in Sunnyvale. The special development permit makes a significant step toward construction, ensuring that the existing environmental impact report is sufficient. The structure will be the final phase for the Cityline Sunnyvale project. STC Venture LLC, a joint venture between J.P. Morgan, Hunter Properties, and Sares Regis Group, is responsible for the development.