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It seems like construction crews are always up to something in San Jose — or maybe that’s just what these recent development details are telling us. Take a look at some of the biggest updates, projects, and proposals that were announced from April to May.
- Three housing projects totaling 201 affordable units in San Jose, Mountain View, and Santa Clara were approved by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.
- City officials broke ground on a three-story, transitional housing site that is expected to be the largest in the city and the first of its kind in CA.
- The interim housing site, Guadalupe Community, opened in a former SJPD parking lot.
- About 850 residences and a commercial building were proposed near the Berryessa BART station.
- A Cupertino-based real estate firm proposed a seven-story residential complex with 206 units by the Fruitdale light rail station.
- An 85-unit housing development was proposed to replace the 67-year-old San Jose Swim & Racquet Club in Willow Glen.
- A seven-story, 200-unit apartment building will replace a senior living facility in Willow Glen.
- A Fairfield Inn & Suites is being considered at the current site of Casa Linda motel near the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds.
- Three large medical offices might be built adjacent to the Good Samaritan Hospital campus.
- An industrial building will be built to replace the former KLIV + KRTY radio stations’ hub.
- Google moved into its “Tasman Campus,” a 553,000-sqft campus purchased from Cisco Systems in north San Jose.
- Microsoft purchased a piece of land in North San Jose for ~$5.6 million and floated the idea of building two five-story data centers.
- A five-story, 292,500-sqft office building received final approval to be built as part of the mixed-use tech campus, Coleman Highline.