Development permits are under review for an affordable housing project at 797 South Almaden Avenue by Downtown San Jose in the Washington-Guadalupe neighborhood. The six-story project is being developed by the Berkeley-based Resource for Community…
San Jose City Planning Commission will review development permits seeking the approval of a six-story mixed-use project at 1936 Alum Rock Avenue in Mayfair North, San Jose. The project proposal includes the construction of a mixed-use development with 194 multifamily residences, a commercial space, and podium parking on the ground floor. The project seeks a Conditional Use Permit to construct and operate the new infrastructure.
Architects Orange is managing the design concepts and construction of the project. Pacific West Communities, Inc is the project applicant and property owner.
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.
Downtown San Jose was treated to a spectacle Sunday morning when the historic structure at 8 East Reed Street was lifted from the ground and moved across the city by truck. The Kelly Brothers House Movers conducted the job. The relocated four-plex will become affordable housing managed by Habitat for Humanity. Other involved parties include the Preservation Action Council of San Jose, the City of San Jose, and KT Urban. KT Urban will be responsible for developing the proposed 27-story residential tower dubbed the Garden Gate.
Developers have filed an application request for demolition of a parking garage on the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center campus to make way for the construction of a new Behavior Health Services Center in Willow Glen, San Jose. The new psychiatric hospital is expected to cost nearly a quarter of a billion dollars. Santa Clara County will run the project.