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Old Posted May 3, 2017, 12:48 AM
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#Diridon | 10, 12, 9 floors | unknown height

#Diridon | 10, 12, 9 floors | unknown height

Courtesy Loopnet

Courtesy Silicon Valley Business Journal

Trammell’s designs for the land are still being refined, but executives anticipate developing about 800,000 square feet of office in two buildings rising 10 to 12 stories, and 325 apartment units in a nine-story building. The site, which fronts West Santa Clara Street kitty corner from SAP Center, would be sprinkled with shops and restaurants and include a large public plaza along West Santa Clara Street. The historic San Jose Water Company building would be renovated and repurposed, possibly as an entertainment-focused retail space.


But make no mistake: While developers are thrilled for the new Whole Foods, which has been credited with drawing investor interest, this is all about transit.

Trammell, which has developed more than $60 billion worth of real estate over its nearly 70-year history, was searching for a major transit-oriented development site next to Caltrain up and down the Peninsula, Little said. Executives quickly honed in on the Adobe land, attracted to its large size and Diridon’s frequent “Baby Bullet” Caltrain service, the line’s semi-express mode.
Found a newer render on Twitter:

Courtesy Jarret M @jarkatmu

I really hope the residential part doesn't look like that.
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