The proposal for 21267 Stevens Creek Boulevard expects to add 267 new apartments into the Silicon Valley housing market in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. Recent reporting by the Bay Area News Group has revealed that the project expects to break ground by the Fall of this year and would replace a retail center with new market-rate and affordable housing for seniors living in the hometown to the Foster + Partners-designed Apple headquarters. KT Urban and The Pacific Companies is responsible for the development.
Downtown San Jose was treated to a spectacle Sunday morning when the historic structure at 8 East Reed Street was lifted from the ground and moved across the city by truck. The Kelly Brothers House Movers conducted the job. The relocated four-plex will become affordable housing managed by Habitat for Humanity. Other involved parties include the Preservation Action Council of San Jose, the City of San Jose, and KT Urban. KT Urban will be responsible for developing the proposed 27-story residential tower dubbed the Garden Gate.
A recently filed draft has revealed a redesign for 280 Woz Way, a two-towered office proposal expected to rise by the southern corner of downtown San Jose. The most notable design change is removing three sky bridges that connected between six levels. The first stages of construction are expected to begin later this year. Cupertino-based KT Urban is the project developer.
Demolition permits have been filed for 618 South 1st Street, one of three properties merged in the 252-foot proposed tower at 600 South 1st Street in Downtown San Jose’s southeast corner. The development was first introduced in 2018 and approved by the city council in November of 2019. Amendment permits filed in June of 2020 seek to expand the number of apartments. KT Urban is the project developer, with Scape as owner since March of 2020 for $16.5 million.
Today’s headline story is a project review of one of the more substantial urban developments in the Bay Area. KT Urban plans to build a 1.8 million square foot office building at 280 Woz Way in downtown San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley. The project will bring two 297-foot conjoined towers, replacing a handful of single-family houses and extending the city’s burgeoning skyline further south.