The City of Santa Clara has approved plans for a new flat-iron apartment complex to rise at 2655 The Alameda. The low-rise project will rise over the southern edge of the Santa Clara University campus. Kapital Partners is the project applicant.
Santa Clara’s newest towers are also its tallest. Construction has topped out for 2300 Calle De Luna, an apartment complex with two towers rising from the eight-story podium and surrounded by landscaping in the Tasman East Specific Plan. Completion of the seven hundred units, shops, and landscaped public parkland is expected as early as next year. Related Companies is the project developer.
While Related has topped out for the 23-story apartment tower at 2300 Calle De Luna, work is moving forward on several other mid-rise projects in Santa Clara’s Tasman East Specific Plan. The six structures will rise between six to eight floors high, creating over a thousand and five hundred units, shops, and new open space.
The initial environmental study is finished for the townhouse development at 3378-3386 El Camino Real in Santa Clara, Santa Clara County. The city has published a notice for the public comment period of the study lasting until August 2nd. Palo Alto-based VeGuard USA is the project client.
Construction is underway for the four-story data center building at 2905 Stender Way in Santa Clara, Santa Clara County. The project is the ninth addition to CoreSite Real Estate’s Silicon Valley Campus. Corgan is the project architect.