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Nuevo

Located in Santa Clara, this 29-acre project is a part of the 65 acres Lawrence Station Area Plan that consists of 988 residential units with 35,000 square feet of retail space and 3.3 acres of public parks and open spaces. The site is a walkable, modern, amenity-rich, transit oriented community. The public parks and open spaces area was maximized with the use of over 21,000 square feet of Silva Cell as the stormwater treatment facility to treat both public and private stormwater.
Learn more about the project here.

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The Platform

Located within Market Park, one of the largest planned mixed-use developments in The City of San Jose’s history, The Platform is a 551-unit multifamily apartment complex with 37,500 square feet of retail space. This transit-oriented development will be the nearest apartment community to the new Berryessa BART train station, allowing residents to walk to nearby BART platforms. HMH teams are working in conjunction with other agencies to have The Platform’s rental units ready by the opening of the BART station, projected for 2019.
HMH handled entitlements, including helping add retail space later in the process, in response to The Mayor’s goal of bringing more jobs to San Jose. Engineering challenges included managing ground water, since the site included underground parking covering almost the entire property. Integrated efforts by HMH’s planning and engineering groups helped process one of the first regional Low Impact Development storm water features in San Jose. This allows The Platform to reach its density potential while having all of the public and private water treated in one location. Collaborating with project consultants, HMH also instituted a plan for the routing of infrastructure that allowed for a more efficient and more cost effective construction of the development’s base podium, or foundation.

Learn more about the 120 acre transit oriented development.

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Market Park

San Jose is seeing the light on transit and housing challenges, and HMH is playing a big part. All expertise sectors of HMH are helping create this vibrant transit village, in total a three billion dollar development. By providing multiple services, HMH is streamlining work for the 120-acre site by unifying zoning, master planning, design, engineering, infrastructure and project management.
The multiphase Market Park project includes a proposed 3,000 housing units, two million square feet of office space, 110,000 square feet of retail space, new infrastructure, two public parks, connections to regional trails, pedestrian greenways and improved roads, all clustered near a new Bay Area Rapid Transit train stop.
Transit oriented developments like Market Park represent an international trend to craft sustainable, walkable communities. HMH provides the comprehensive and experienced capabilities required for these intricate urban sites.
Read about HMH’s multifaceted work at Market Park:
Northside:
Outdoor spaces:

Future Flea Market Park 1
Future Flea Market Park 2
Coyote Creek Trail Extension

Housing areas:

Berryessa Crossing
Haven At Berryessa Crossing
Apex Townhomes
The Platform

Southside:
Housing, office, retail spaces currently in the entitlement process
Learn more about the 120 acre transit oriented development.

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Market Park – Southside

All expertise sectors of HMH are helping create the vibrant transit village of Market Park, in total a three billion dollar development and one San Jose’s largest planned communities. To the south of Berryessa Road within Market Park, HMH is helping plan for future multiple projects, including developments holding 2,600 total residential units, over 2 million square feet of office space, and 68,00 square feet of retail businesses.
HMH has been involved in Market Park’s South Side for 15 years, working on initial land use through completed elements with numerous clients, government agencies and consultants. Our integrated services of zoning, master planning, design, engineering, and infrastructure and project management are bringing Market Park to life, creating a new San Jose community with easy access to the new Berryessa BART station.
As part of the entitlement process, this will include the City of San Jose’s Envision 2040 General Plan concept of an Urban Village to be developed adjacent to and integrated with the new Berryessa BART Station.
Read about HMH’s multifaceted work at Market Park:
Northside:
Outdoor spaces:

Future Flea Market Park 1
Future Flea Market Park 2
Coyote Creek Trail Extension

Housing areas:

Berryessa Crossing
Haven At Berryessa Crossing
Apex Townhomes
The Platform

Southside:
Housing, office, retail spaces currently in the entitlement process
Learn more about the 120 acre transit oriented development.

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Market Park – Northside

All expertise sectors of HMH are helping create the vibrant transit village of Market Park, in total a three billion dollar development and one of San Jose’s largest planned communities. To the north of Berryessa Road within Market Park, HMH is helping create multiple projects, including developments holding 1,000 total residential units, now completed or under construction, and over 100,000 square feet of retail and commercial businesses. HMH is also designing and engineering two public parks and an extension of the Coyote Creek Trail. Other North Side assignments include critical infrastructure work on a regional storm water management facility, the widening of Berryessa Road, and offsite regional sewer extensions.
HMH has been involved in Market Park’s North Side for 15 years, working on initial land use through completed elements with numerous clients, government agencies and consultants. Our integrated services of zoning, master planning, design, engineering, and infrastructure and project management are bringing Market Park to life, creating a new San Jose community with easy access to the new Berryessa BART station.
Read about HMH’s multifaceted work at Market Park:
Northside:
Outdoor spaces:

Future Flea Market Park 1
Future Flea Market Park 2
Coyote Creek Trail Extension

Housing areas:

Berryessa Crossing
Haven At Berryessa Crossing
Apex Townhomes
The Platform

Southside:
Housing, office, retail spaces currently in the entitlement process
Learn more about the 120 acre transit oriented development.

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The Pierce

One of our recently completed mixed use projects, The Pierce (located in the SoFA District of downtown San Jose), is close to local amenities including the San Jose Convention Center, the San Jose Museum of Art, and Santana Row to name a few.

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Apex at Berryessa Crossing

Located within Market Park, one of the largest planned mixed-use developments in The City of San Jose’s history, Apex consists of 162 new townhome-style condos with attached garages. This transit-oriented development is near the new Berryessa BART station. HMH teams are working in conjunction with other agencies to have Apex homes ready by the opening of the BART station, projected for 2019.
Learn more about the 120 acre transit oriented development.

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Santa Clara Agrihood

Located in San Jose, this 5.80 acre mixed-use/residential and urban agriculture project includes 160 mixed-income apartments, 165 affordable senior apartments, 36 townhomes and approximately 1.5 acres of agricultural open space. The goal of the site is to be an active, vibrant and attractive place that can enhance and support the surrounding community.

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Japantown Corp Yard

HMH has begun the design and development stage of the 4.49 acres mixed-use project, which is located in Japantown (on the corner of 7th Street and Taylor Street), San Jose.
We are working with Ankrom Moisan Architects to create this 520 Residential Units which will include parking, 19,191 square feet of retail, 0.75 acre public park/plaza, a permanent home for San Jose Taiko (Arts Organization), a Center for Creative Arts and local intersection improvements to name a few. The development aims to create a pedestrian connection to/through the site, create a unique sense of place, increase commerce diversity, and provide high quality modern architecture and quality urban design within San Jose.