The San Jose Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for 4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard in a public meeting later this week. The meeting will discuss the projects’ development rezone and development permits, allowing the demolition of three commercial buildings to build housing, a hotel, and a new public open space. Miramar Capital and Machine Investment Group are jointly responsible for the development.
A mixed-use project slated for development at 3896 Stevens Creek Boulevard in West Vally, San Jose, will break ground this year. The project proposal includes Class A office space, retail space on the ground floor, and a three-story fitness-wellness center. HKS Architects is managing the design concepts and construction. Dallas-based real estate firm Cypress Equities and Minnesota-based Life Time Fitness are the project developers. Real estate firm CBRE Group is handling leasing on the project.
New renderings have been revealed ahead of the planning commission meeting for 3896 Stevens Creek Boulevard, on the north edge of the West Valley neighborhood in San Jose. The new proposal will be a sizable addition, providing office space and a health club to Stevens Creek and Saratoga Avenue’s retail-rich intersection. Cypress Equities is the developer for the project.
Permits were filed to rezone and demolition three existing commercial structures at 4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard in the West Valley neighborhood of San Jose. The project proposed to add four buildings, three of which contain 637 apartments, of which 230 will be affordable. The fourth structure will create 250 hotel guest rooms and 6,200 square feet of ground-level retail. HMH is responsible for the application