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Downtown West

Google unveiled their detailed vision for a transit-oriented neighborhood in downtown San Jose, also known as the Downtown West project. The 80 acre project will transform San Jose’s urban core by adding 7.3 million square feet of offices, 4,000 homes, shops, restaurants, and more all near the downtown San Jose’s Diridon station. The goal of the project is to be a connected hub of activity and culture with a place for creativity, public greenway and open spaces, and various experiences along the creek. This project will create new housing and commercial opportunities and connect people with public spaces and provide a world-class multi-modal transit hub. HMH is proud to be part of the team and the formal submissions of EIR, Downtown West Design Standards and Guidelines (DWDSG) Vesting Tentative Map and entitlement documents.

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802 S 1st Street (1st and Virginia)

802 South First Street is a proposed mixed use development on an approximately 1.2-acre site just outside downtown San Jose. The project includes 140 apartment units and 4,700 SF of ground floor retail, along with desirable amenities including a rooftop deck. The proposed project will transform an underutilized site into a pedestrian friendly, high density development while providing much needed housing in the downtown area.

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Ohlone

The multi-phase 8.25-acre major mixed-use project located in San Jose’s Midtown neighborhood will continue to transform the once underdeveloped area of San Jose. The project will create a pedestrian-friendly district with neighborhood-serving amenities while creating better street infrastructure for residents. Learn more about the most recent project, Silver at Ohlone, that is currently in the final stages of construction.
Phase 1: Silver at Ohlone
Phase 2: Platinum at Ohlone
Phase 3: Ohlone Block A
 
 
 
 

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Blossom Hill Station

Blossom Hill Station is a 7.59-acre property located along Blossom Hill Road and Canoas Creek in San Jose. Currently this property is a Park & Ride lot for VTA Light Rail and Bus passengers. VTA aims to revitalize the property and foster a vibrant community through the development of mixed-use/mixed-income residential and commercial spaces. As a transit-oriented development, Blossom Hill Station will provide a place for people to live and work.

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The Kelsey Ayer Station

The Kelsey Ayer Station is a 0.47-acre inclusive mixed ability, mixed income, and transit-oriented development in downtown San Jose that provides a community to adults with disabilities who desire independent living. The project will convert an old office building into a 115 unit podium apartment building with indoor and outdoor amenities. In order to better promote community connectivity for its residents, The Kelsey Ayer Station has 8,000 square feet of community spaces which includes a lounge area, fitness rooms, shared workstations, a sensory garden, and a community terrace. In addition, the complex is located conveniently adjacent to the VTA Light Rail and is within walking distance of Diridon Station providing residents with easy access to jobs, dining, and entertainment without the need of a car.

Learn more about the project here.

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Stevens Creek Promenade

Located in San Jose, this 10-acre project is part of Fortbay’s visionary Urban Village Mixed-Use Signature Project as defined in San Jose’s Envision 2040 General Plan and the recently adopted Stevens Creek Urban Village Plan. The project is a mixed-use transit-oriented development that includes approximately 233,000 SF of Class A office/R&D space, 10,000 SF of retail, and approximately 110.5 units per acre housing while also addressing the requirements and objectives of a Mixed-Use Signature Project. The site is a significant milestone for Silicon Valley because it will provide additional jobs, both market rate and affordable housing, shopping, and interactive open public spaces while being integrated into the City of San Jose’s vision for multi-modal transportation infrastructure in the corridor that will improve the movement of people and vehicles.
In addition to the housing, job opportunities, and transportation benefits, the project will also be designed to the latest energy and water efficiency standards while implementing drought-tolerant landscape features throughout the site.
Learn more about the project here.

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Tamien Station

Located in San Jose, this 6.9-acre project is a mixed-use transit-oriented development that includes affordable housing, market-rate housing, and commercial retailer space. The site is located near the Tamien VTA Light Rail and Caltrain stations as well as being located close to downtown San Jose. In addition, the site will include parking for VTA and Caltrain customers.

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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 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 3,600 housing units, 1.5 million square feet of office space, 101,000 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.