Recent permit activity has renewed focus on Empire Lumber’s mixed-use project for 1260 East Santa Clara Street in Five Wounds, San Jose. The proposal is to create a commercial area capped by over three hundred apartments, near the future 28th Street Little Portugal BART Station. Pacific States Industries Development is responsible for the proposal as project client.
Preliminary review is pending for a project proposed at 70 North 27th Street in Five Wounds, San Jose. The project proposal includes the construction of a five-story building with residential and trail spaces. The project calls for the demolition of existing structures on the site. LPMD Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.
Local developer Roygbiv Real Estate has released detailed renderings for 1298 Tripp Avenue. The illustrations focus on the first in three phases of construction that will produce approximately 1,200 new apartments, including affordable housing, in Five Wounds, San Jose. Named Residencias Arrianna, the development aims to create new apartments and public amenities by the future location of the 28th Street Little Portugal BART Station.
Preliminary planning documents have been submitted to the city for significant mixed-use development at 1325 East Julian Street in the Five Wounds Urban Village of San Jose. Named Via De Camila, the proposal is in the beginning stages, but early documents suggest between seven to eleven buildings with as many as 1,300 residential units. ROYGBIV Real Estate Development is responsible for the project.