The public review draft has been published by the City of San Jose for 1747 Almaden Road in South San Jose. Rising six stories, the proposed building would add 62 residential units to the Silicon Valley housing market, of which nine will be priced as affordable for moderate-income residents. Mayberry Workshop is managing the design.
South San Jose
Preliminary permits have been submitted seeking the reviewal of two affordable housing buildings at 2315 Canoas Garden Avenue in South San Jose. The project proposal includes 100% affordable housing buildings, one for seniors and one for families. The residences that are being planned will be a few blocks from the Curtner light rail station.
New planning permits are under review for a four-story senior living project at 3315 Almaden Expressway in South San Jose. The project will provide new residential space in a relatively retail-rich corner of several car-oriented neighborhoods. The project is planned to be immediately adjacent to the Almaden Expressway, which merges with Route 87 to cut through Downtown San Jose. Columbia Pacific Advisors is listed as the project sponsor.
Permits have been filed for 21970 Fortini Road in South San Jose. The site is along a winding road in a sparsely developed area. It sits on one of the outermost edges of the metropolitan area around ranches and large fields. Due to its somewhat remote location, there is no accessible transit in the vicinity of the property.