The Santa Clara Planning Commission is scheduled to meet tomorrow and consider approval of a 21-story apartment tower at 5185 Lafayette Street in the Tasman East master plan. The proposal is expected to create nearly two hundred homes and even more parking near light rail, the Capitol Corridor train station, and Levi’s Stadium. San Francisco-based Ensemble Investments is the project developer.
Development plans have been published before a development review hearing for Tasman East Parcel 11 in Santa Clara, Santa Clara County. The 21-story tower is expected to rise to 5185 Lafayette Street with retail, 198 apartments, and even more parking. Ensemble is the project developer.
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.
New renderings have been published with two competing visions for their next development in Tasman East, Santa Clara. Related California has published mid-rise and high-rise schemes for Parcel 4A and 4B, both with similar levels of housing, either 900 or 950 homes. The plans will be reviewed in a public meeting today by the Santa Clara Development Review Hearing.