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.
Downtown San Jose
New permit activity has been filed for the 30-story apartment tower dubbed Orchard Residential in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The plan is part of the multi-tower redevelopment master plan for San Jose by the Canadian developer Westbank in partnership with the local real estate firm Urban Community.
Foundation work is nearly complete, with concrete reaching ground level for the North Building at Platform 16 in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. With Devcon nearly through the slowest phase of construction, the project will soon start to materialize the 1.1 million square feet of new office space by the city’s regional transit hub, Diridon Station. The development is a joint venture with Boston Properties, TMG Partners, and Valley Oak Partners.
The Supplemental Environmental Impact Report has been published for the 25-story residential infill at 439 South 4th Street in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The filing will create 210 new homes from the half-acre property close to the SJSU campus. 439 S. Fourth Street, LLC, associated with Nelly Amas, is the project applicant.
San Jose City Council has approved plans for a 22-story affordable senior housing tower at 19 North 2nd Street in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The project will create around 220 apartments near the Bank of Italy Tower and St. James Park. ROYGBIV Real Estate Development is the project applicant.