The Draft Environmental Impact Report has been published for 550 East Brokaw Road, a multi-phase office development in North San Jose. The proposal will replace the former Fry’s Electronics store and surface parking lot to build four office towers and two parking garages. Bay West Development is responsible for the project.
North San Jose
The Hanover Company’s proposal will bring over a thousand new homes to North San Jose. The City of San Jose is beginning to prepare the Environmental Impact Report for the project, 0 Seely Avenue, and city staff are looking for public input to guide the project. A city meeting is scheduled for tonight, and the public can submit written comments on the scope of the EIR from now until March 25th.
A new mixed-use village with several hundred homes has been proposed at 681 East Trimble Road in San Jose. The project proposal includes the development of a large scale community offering residential and commercial spaces. The property at present consists of long-time orchard sites. Real estate firm The Hanover Co is the project developer. KTGY Architecture + Planning is responsible for the design concepts.
A preliminary application has been submitted to the City Planning Commission of San Jose, seeking the approval of a large industrial complex proposed at 2222 Qume Drive in North San Jose. The project proposal includes the development of an industrial park slated to operate 24/7. Plans call for the demolition of three existing buildings on the site. Bridge Development Partners is the project developer. Herdman Architecture + Design is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
New renderings have been revealed along with the publication of new documents for the Alviso Hotel at 4701 North First Street. The project would build over two hundred new guest rooms in the waterside Alviso neighborhood in North San Jose as part of a larger commercial development by TNT Land Development Services. Terra Hospitality is leading the hotel project.