Author: Janice Bitters (Janice Bitters)

Google unfurls more details, draws big crowd at San Jose meeting

New details are emerging around the design of Google’s massive San Jose development as community meetings officially kicked off this week and the tech titan races toward a 2020 vote on its mixed-use proposal. On Thursday night, San Jose officials hosted hundreds of residents at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in downtown to present...

Santa Clara approves affordable for-sale homes, electricity deal for ‘Related’ project

Santa Clara leaders Tuesday night approved agreements that will bring four new affordable condos to the city, endorsed a revamped recycling contract for residents and pushed forward plans for a new power substation to serve the city’s most anticipated development. As the 9.2 million-square-foot Related Santa Clara mixed-use project begins to rise, officials are making...

Could California’s 3.5M home deficit be solved through rezoning?

When Gavin Newsom became California’s governor, he announced a bold goal of solving the state’s 3.5 million-home shortage by 2025, but there’s one major problem: cities across the state are only planning for about 2.8 million new housing units. What’s more, many of the areas where those 2.8 million new homes are allowed to rise,...

Plans for San Jose’s Diridon Station area push forward

This week was a big one for the area around San Jose’s Diridon Station, a busy transit hub where Google has submitted plans for a massive new campus, drawing other developers with their own projects as city planners race to keep up with it all. And as city planners this week collected the last questions...

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