Several new renderings have been revealed with a detailed look at the block-sized mixed-use development proposed by Urban Catalyst for 147 East Santa Clara Street in Downtown San Jose. The project would add new offices, housing, and retail in the burgeoning area around city hall as San Jose’s sustained growth establishes a more urban core for the capital of Silicon Valley. The proposal is part of the Urban Catalyst Opportunity Zone Fund II, launched earlier this year.
A project introducing a seven-story office space makes progress; new renderings have been published for 2 Stockton Street in Tenderloin, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the vertical expansion of an existing four-story retail building by adding two floors of office space and a small penthouse office-level inclusive of outdoor terrace space. Strada Investment Group is the project sponsor. Gensler is managing the design concept and construction.
Demolition permits have been filed to clear the way for a multi-structure office complex at 3625 Peterson Way in Santa Clara by Highway 101. Construction will yield eight-story office buildings connected by sky bridges. Boston Properties and ARC Tec Inc. are responsible for the development.
Revised plans are under review for a 14-story residential proposal at 600 McAllister Street at the western edge of San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project would add nearly two hundred apartments with affordable housing and proposed art spaces at ground level. David Baker Architects is responsible for the design.
Planning applications have been submitted seeking the approval of a mixed-use project at 1057 El Camino Real in Redwood City. The project proposal consists of developing a strip mall into a transit village featuring new homes, commercial space, and public open space. Lowe and Eden Housing is the project applicant and developer. HOK is managing the design concept and construction.