Tuesday, April 17, 2018

April 2018 Downtown Dimension Highlights

Here are my notes from the latest edition of Downtown Dimension:
  • The SJDA has agreed on five strategic goals for the next two years:
    • Downtown Vision and Plan
    • BART / Business Interruption Fund
    • Safety
    • Homelessness
    • Downtown Branding and Identity
  • More parking Smart Meters that support credit card payments will be added this summer to the SoFA area, Downtown perimeter, and Japantown.
  • The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) received $200,000 from the Knight Foundation.
  • Bishops Cuts / Color is now open at 1 S. Market.
  • Tea Alley is open at 40 S. First St. [Josh: solid addition Downtown!]
  • Skewers and Brew is now open at 66 S. First.
  • Holy Cannoli is open inside Fuze nightclub at 58 S. First.
  • Diridon Hospitality submitted plans to build a nine-story hotel with 254 rooms at 292 Stockton Ave.
  • PATH is breaking ground on an 83 unit housing project near St. James Park.
  • Sobrato is planning to construct a 204,000 SQFT office building at 353 W. Julian St.

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