Thursday, December 27, 2018

December 2018 Downtown Dimension Highlights

The DECEMBER 2018 Downtown Dimension is now available at:

In this edition:
  • Dec 4 is Google Tuesday, when the City Council decides whether to sell city-owned properties to the information company.  Our feature story focuses on what the vote is all about and why it's good for San Jose.
  • SJDA Board President Michael Rewkiewicz takes a walk around downtown and sees signs of the city's promise fulfilled.
  • Parking systems upgrades are coming in 2019.
  • Plans evolve for the Jose Theater and Museum Place.
  • Have you skated Kristi Yamaguchi Downtown Ice yet?  Open through the holidays and most of January.
  • Claudia's Pastes and The Hot Grill join the roster of downtown eateries -- both offering some unique menu items.
  • Veggielution moves its operation offices downtown, thanks to All Good Work, an NYC-based non-profit whose mission is to keep other non-profits up and running in available co-working spaces.
  • Enjoy 2018's Downtown San Jose for the Holidays!
Always available:
  • Live and Local SJ supports live music in the center city.
  • Traffic alerts keep up with lane and road closures and openings.
  • Maps of downtown commercial property availability and development proposals.
  • Boom City: SJDA's summary of new downtown building proposals and west side acquisitions.
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1 comment:

  1. They definitely deserve applause for the nice selection of bread and the service at this place which was good from start to finish. The mass produced filet was too good. This is the best place for hosting great events. The Chicago event venues can accommodate as many as 850 guests or as little as 50.