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Old Posted Jun 7, 2018, 4:10 PM
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https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/06/...lage-adobe-hq/

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20-story downtown San Jose office tower eyed near Google transit village, Adobe HQ

SAN JOSE — A gleaming new office tower is being proposed in downtown San Jose on what’s touted as one of the city’s best corners, a potential landmark poised to be a catalyst to help revive a key street in the community’s urban heart.

The development is planned for the southeast corner of Park Avenue and South Almaden Boulevard, and would rise 20 stories and total 750,000 square feet...
This office will be kitty corner from the Adobe HQ.
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Old Posted Jun 7, 2018, 4:11 PM
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https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/06/...cebook-amazon/

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Big north San Jose live-work development of offices, shops, homes is proposed

SAN JOSE — A big mixed-use development is being eyed in north San Jose, an ambitious project that developers tout as a live-work complex of offices, homes and retail which could help ease the region’s traffic woes.

Sand Hill Property, the developer and owner of the project site, has requested a preliminary review of a proposal for 505,000 square feet of offices, 800 residential units and 13,000 square feet of retail on 9.3 acres at the southwest corner of North First Street and Orchard Parkway in San Jose.

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Santana Row developer submits plans for 300 residential units near shopping center

The developers behind San Jose's popular Santana Row mixed-use retail center are revamping and restarting plans to build hundreds of residential units around their signature shopping hub.

Recent plans submitted to the city for the nearly 3-acre site at 358 Hatton St., known colloquially as Lot 12, show Federal Realty Investment Trust aims to build 300 residential units in two six-story buildings stretched along Hatton Street between Olson Drive and Hemlock Avenue. Public documents show the development would include both above- and below-ground parking.

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Hotel proposed near San Jose airport, Marriott brand eyed
SAN JOSE — A Marriott hotel could rise near San Jose International Airport under a proposal being floated by the developers of the Coleman Highline office complex.

The proposed hotel would contain 175 rooms, rise five stores and total 120,000 square feet, according to documents on file with San Jose planners.

The Coleman Highline development, located on Coleman Avenue and adjacent to Avaya Stadium and the San Jose airport, could eventually contain 1.5 million square feet of office development along with ground-floor retail spaces.

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CONSTRUCTION UPDATES:

Sparq:




1st & Edwards:




South 2nd st (not moving very fast):


BONUS!!
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Thanks for the updated pics! Honestly can't wait for The Graduate and Sparq to finish. That area of downtown will be so much better soon!
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Old Posted Jun 11, 2018, 7:12 AM
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Miro Towers - Jun 10, 2018:





The hole is much deeper now.
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700 Santana Row Update June 11, 2018:





Also, they're fixing the side walk around the area of 700 Santana Row too




I believe this project is topped out too based on the rendering.

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Detailed map of new/upgraded bike lanes near downtown San Jose in 2018 and 2019.



Source: https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/06/...-san-jose/amp/
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