The City of San Jose has published the initial environmental study for a 23-story student housing tower at 100 North 4th Street in Downtown San Jose, Santa Clara County. The property would create 1,424 beds near the San José State University campus. Investor Brent Lee is responsible for the application, and Republic Urban is the developer.
New project permits have been filed to replace the soon-to-close Safeway grocery store within the Valley Fair shopping mall with a surface parking lot. Demolition will be required for the strip mall-style structure at 3071 Stevens Creek Boulevard in Santa Clara. Westfield is the mall owner and manager.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of the Village Center of the Communications Hill development in San Jose. The project proposal includes the construction of 800+ multi-family residential units along with commercial space. The site is bound by Altino Boulevard to the southwest, Hillsdale Avenue to the south and east, and the Union Pacific railroad right-of-way to the north. MTA Hillside, LP is the property owner. KB Home South Bay Inc is the project applicant.
Concrete has passed the halfway point for the new affordable housing complex rising at 600 7th Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project, named 7th and Brannan, is among the biggest active sites in the city, with over 221 units to be opened once complete. Mercy Housing is the project developer.
Leasing is underway now for the newest apartment complex on the northeast edge of San Francisco’s Mission District. The Fitzgerald is now open, directly across from the recently launched affordable housing complex at 681 Florida Street and near the freshly remodeled KQED headquarters. Align Real Estate is the developer.