SAN JOSE — A big tech village planned for downtown San Jose is moving forward — an ambitious project that could bring 5,000 jobs to a site that’s adjacent to a separately proposed Google mega-campus.
Developers TMG Partners and Valley Oak Partners have gained a key rezoning approval from San Jose city officials, and have now requested approval for a specific permit to develop the site. The project is being designed by New York-based Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, lead designers of Hudson Yards in New York City.
The development would create more than 1 million square feet of offices. It is bounded roughly by West Julian Street on the south, North Autumn Street on the west, train tracks on the north and Autumn Parkway on the east. The site is perched near the Guadalupe River.
“This part of San Jose has the potential to serve as the new focal point of Silicon Valley,” said Matt Field, chief investment officer with San Francisco-based TMG Partners.
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