Douglas Linde, president of Boston Properties, BXP, announced yesterday on a phone call that the firm is actively considering resuming the construction of Platform 16 in 2022, an office development at 441 West Julian Street, San Jose. The announcement came just as SFYIMBY spotted crew activity on the construction site that has been stalled since March of 2020. Platform 16 is a joint development with BXP, TMG Partners, and Valley Oak Partners. BXP maintains a 55% ownership of the project.
The 10th tallest building in the Bay Area planned or built is 415 20th Street, a proposed office tower in Downtown Oakland. If constructed, the 622-foot tall skyscraper will rise to be the tallest building in California outside of San Francisco and Los Angeles. Hines is responsible for the 622-foot proposal.
A new residential project has been proposed on the site located at 930 Oddstad Boulevard in Park Pacifica. The project proposal includes the development of a residential project with affordable housing units and onsite amenities. Plans call for the demolition of the existing non-operational elementary school, Oddstad Elementary School, on the site. M-Group is the project consultant. Brookwood Group is the project applicant.
New renderings have been revealed for Pier 70 Parcel A, part of the 28-acre Pier 70 mixed-use development along the San Francisco waterfront. The new illustrations came along with the refilling of the project’s development agreement, providing a detailed project description. Brookfield Properties is responsible for the project.
Development permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 2001 Tarob Court in Milpitas. The project proposal includes the development of multi-family townhome condominiums with attached garages. The project site is occupied by a 16,200 square-foot light industrial office building. San Ramon-based The True Life Companies is the project applicant. SDG Architects is responsible for the design concepts.