The Victorian-era home to Poor House Bistro has been moved from 91 South Autumn Street to 317 West St. John Street in Little Italy, San Jose. The relocation comes ahead of Downtown West, Google’s massive plans to redevelop the low-density area surrounding Diridon Station with high-density offices, housing, and retail. Project site maps indicate 91 South Autumn Street will be replaced with an office building.
Diridon Station Area Urban Village
Yet another high-rise proposal demonstrates the gravitational pull for Diridon Station and Google’s Downtown West project in San Jose. Steinberg Hart and Imwalle Properties have announced plans for 250 Stockton Avenue, a 16-story office tower, to replace a single-story commercial structure within walking distance of the future end-of-line for the Silicon Valley BART extension. The proposal aims to capitalize on the district’s urban qualities and access to public transit.
The formal application has been filed to build an 18-story mixed-use development at 32 Stockton Avenue in San Jose. The project, to be called Apollo, is expected to add nearly five hundred new dwelling units across from the San Jose Diridon Station near Downtown San Jose. Urban Catalyst is the project developer.
San Jose City Council is poised to give final approval to construct the 80-acre Downtown West urban development by Google. The proposal would reshape a significant portion of the Diridon Station Area Plan in Downtown San Jose by replacing surface parking and low-density blocks around the SAP Center with a higher density of housing, offices, and retail. The meeting will be held today, starting at 6 PM.
New building permits have been filed to prepare the property at 470 West San Carlos for construction in Downtown San Jose. The development was last covered by SFYIMBY ahead of project review by the San Jose Planning Commission. The developer, Urban Catalyst, is proposing a six-story assisted living facility consisting of 116 units.