Urban Catalyst is now considering adjusting plans for Icon/Echo by replacing the office component with more housing in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The plan was floated by the developer founder, Erik Hayden, and reported by George Avalos for the Bay Area News Group. If altered, Icon/Echo could create over a thousand units from the two-acre parcel.
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The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to review updated plans for the Icon-Echo mixed-use development in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The proposal will create apartments, offices, and retail split between two towers across from City Hall and the recently-complete MIRO Towers. Urban Catalyst is the project developer.
The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for Icon-Echo, a mixed-use development to reshape 2.1 acres by San Jose City Hall with housing and office space. The document provides local neighbors in Downtown San Jose with an opportunity to provide input about the project. Urban Catalyst is responsible for the proposal.
A joint community and environmental public scoping meeting has been scheduled for tomorrow to review the plans for the Icon-Echo Towers, a mixed-use proposal for Downtown San Jose. The development, by Urban Catalyst, is expected to create two towers connected by a four-story podium, adding over half a million square feet of commercial space and over four hundred new apartments.
Development permits have been filed to construct a mixed-use development spanning 2.1 acres at 147 East Santa Clara Street in the expanding urban core of Downtown San Jose. The application expects to build 415 residential units, 525,000 square feet of office space, and ground-level retail. Urban Catalyst is responsible for the proposal.