Monday, April 7, 2014

New Mixed-Use Development Coming to The Alameda!

A six-story building with 140 apartments, around 10,000 SQFT of retail, and 10,000 SQFT of second-floor office space is coming to the Alameda right next to the new Whole Foods. It's a transit-oriented project near Diridon and right on the border of Downtown. In fact, I would consider this to be a part of the Downtown area--which seems to be pushing outwards in all directions.

This is the first project that the developer Chandler Pratt & Partners is doing in the Bay Area, but if it goes well you can expect more. They are specifically looking for "high-quality infill sites" which is exactly what we need to focus on in San Jose.

The total cost of the Alameda project will be around $60 million and the plan is to break ground Spring 2015.

Source: SVBJ


  1. This is great news. And what timing. As I drove by there yesterday, I was wondering how long those abandoned buildings would remain with a shiny new Whole Foods right next door.

  2. whyyy much to quick and to much tearing down of our history...What are they professional demoliation companys!?!