A new rendering has been revealed for the 12-story mixed-use project at 860 West San Carlos Street in Midtown, San Jose. The proposal will reshape a vacant lot with 263 new homes adjacent to existing high-density apartments and near Diridon Station. Swenson and Republic Urban Properties are jointly responsible for the development.
Plans have been filed for a five-story residential infill at 800 San Antonio Road by the Bayshore Freeway in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County. The project will replace three single-story structures with 75 market-rate homes. Saratoga-based TimeSpace Group is responsible for the development.
Construction work is wrapping up on NUEVO, a massive 27-acre redevelopment project in Santa Clara’s Lawrence Station Area Plan. Spearheaded by SummerHill Homes, the project has been opening in phases with the ultimate goal of nearly a thousand new dwelling units, retail, and public community amenities.
A proposal will be heard by the City of South San Francisco for the replacement Safeway grocery store at 180 El Camino Real in South San Francisco in San Mateo County. Tomorrow’s meeting will occur over half a decade after the multi-tenant 180 El Camino strip mall was closed in preparation for a transit-oriented mixed-use development that hasn’t materialized. Now, the property has been purchased by SteelWave, and plans are moving ahead.
Recent permit activity has renewed focus on Empire Lumber’s mixed-use project for 1260 East Santa Clara Street in Five Wounds, San Jose. The proposal is to create a commercial area capped by over three hundred apartments, near the future 28th Street Little Portugal BART Station. Pacific States Industries Development is responsible for the proposal as project client.