Permits have been submitted seeking the approval of a multi-family residential project at 475 South 4th Street in San Jose. The project proposal includes the construction of a residential building with on-site parking spaces. A special-use permit has been filed to allow the demolition of three residential structures totaling approximately 16,883 square feet. Urban Catalyst is the project developer. BDE Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction. Guzzardo Partnership is managing the landscape of the apartment complex.
Several new renderings have been revealed with a detailed look at the block-sized mixed-use development proposed by Urban Catalyst for 147 East Santa Clara Street in Downtown San Jose. The project would add new offices, housing, and retail in the burgeoning area around city hall as San Jose’s sustained growth establishes a more urban core for the capital of Silicon Valley. The proposal is part of the Urban Catalyst Opportunity Zone Fund II, launched earlier this year.
The City of San Jose is starting the public review period for 475 South 4th Street, a new 23-story residential tower in Downtown San Jose. The 274-foot tower is planned to add 240 rental apartments with student-focused amenities to the South Bay housing market. Urban Catalyst is responsible for the development, dubbed The Mark.
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.
A new rendering has been released for a large mixed-use development at 147 East Santa Clara Street, located across from city hall in Downtown San Jose. The details come from Urban Catalyst, who earlier this year launched the Urban Catalyst Opportunity Zone Fund II LLC, or “Fund II.” Fund II will focus on building multi-family rentals and office buildings in Downtown San Jose over a ten-year timeline with a minimum investment of $250,000.