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.
Developers have announced that construction is expected to begin before the end of the year on The Carlysle, a 21-story mixed-use tower at 51 Notre Dame Avenue in Downtown San Jose. This announcement comes after demolition permits were filed in March. Led by Acquity Realty, the building would add new office space and hundreds of new dwelling units to the San Jose housing market.
Facade installation is all but finished for the latest residential tower in Silicon Valley, MIRO. The project is located at 181 East Santa Clara Street in Downtown San Jose, directly across from the Meier & Partners-designed City Hall tower. A recent site visit by SFYIMBY shows the pace of construction, just as the leasing agent Greystar has shared new renderings of the nearly complete amenities.
New planning permits have been filed to demolish a single-story commercial structure at 51 Notre Dame Avenue in Downtown San Jose. The application is filed in the wake of Acquity Realty’s proposed 21-story mixed-use tower for the same lot. The demolition application was filed by the Livermore-based civil engineering firm Kier + Wright.
Earlier this month, Westbank released their master vision for five skyline-defining developments across downtown San Jose. Today, we highlight The Orchard, producing two towers at 300 South 1st Street and the third tower at 409 South 2nd Street, called The Orchard Workspace and The Orchard Residential. The Orchard yields over two million square feet combined, producing a campus of offices, housing, retail, and restaurants.