Crews have topped out the senior housing block and the townhomes for the multi-structure Santa Clara Agrihood project. The project has reshaped the vacant lot by the border of Santa Clara and San Jose, with plans to open up 361 new homes, retail, and urban farmland by next year. Core Companies, a real estate and construction firm, is responsible for the development.
Core Companies has now purchased the necessary property for Gateway Tower, a proposed 24-story residential tower at 470 South Market Street in Downtown San Jose. The project would create 300 affordable units, with funding coming from Santa Clara County. DLR Group is the project architect.
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.
New building permits have been filed for three townhouse structures to be built at 1834 Worthington Circle as part of Santa Clara’s Agrihood showpiece development. The three buildings will contribute 36 new dwelling units as part of the multi-structure 361-unit project with an acre and a half of agricultural land. The development is a private-public partnership with the City of Santa Clara and Core Companies.
New building permits have been filed to construct a four-story senior housing building and community center at 70 and 76 North Winchester Boulevard, Santa Clara. These addresses are part of the multi-building mixed-use development dubbed Santa Clara Agrihood. The City entered a private-public partnership with Core Companies to construct 1.5 acres of agriculture connected to 361 homes, of which the City will sell 181 as affordable.