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Silvery Towers - May 13, 2017







Going on to the 13th floor.
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Thanks for the great updates, Cardinal! Please keep them coming!
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They're actually building something now, instead of just digging out for the foundation.
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They're actually building something now, instead of just digging out for the foundation.
It's very quick without digging a big hole, you see!
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70 S. Almaden Blvd | 24 floors and 23 floors | 77M and 73M (251ft and 241ft)

70 S. Almaden Blvd | 24 floors and 23 floors | 77M and 73M (251ft and 241ft)

http://www.ktvu.com/news/256596936-story

The project to replace the Greyhound station has been approved.

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/n...ntown-san.html

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Massive high-rise project eyed for downtown San Jose's Greyhound site

San Jose's Greyhound bus terminal could sprout two residential towers totaling more than 700 units in what would be the largest project by unit count ever proposed for the central business district.
KT Urban, downtown's most prodigious high-rise developer, last week turned in an early concept to the San Jose Planning Department for the roughly 1.6-acre site at 70 S. Almaden Ave., according to city records. The application is preliminary, meaning it is meant merely to gather feedback from staff. But it provides the first public glimpse at what KT envisions for the location, and is a clear signal that the redevelopment of the parcel is moving forward, five months after I first reported that KT was in contract to buy the land from Greyhound.

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The KT Urban concept would see a 24-story and a 23-story tower resting on three levels of underground parking. The plans show multiple potential orientations for the buildings, including east/west and north/south layouts, and it's unclear which direction the developer will be going. One tower would include 294 units, while the other would have 414. The buildings could reach 241 and 251 feet tall.

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