Tuesday, March 12, 2019

March 2019 Downtown Dimension Highlights

The MARCH 2019 Downtown Dimension is now available at:
  • Maya Esparza and Pam Foley, elected to the San Jose City Council in November and joining the panel in January, provide their perspectives of the city and downtown in an eight-question Q&A.
  • February was a month of tremendous development activity, including progress on three very large downtown proposals.
  • Downtown welcomes Opa!, Miniboss, Super Good Kitchen and Nokia.
  • The City Council closes in on a decision regarding maximum downtown heights.
  • Opportunity zones, a new tax break for those with capital gains to reinvest, form in downtown. Urban Catalyst also forms to utilize opportunity funds to substantially improve downtown real estate.
Here's an invitation to attend SJDA's next public meeting, April 12, 8-9:30 a.m. at The Glass House. Main topic:  Mitigating homelessness downtown. Please rsvp to sjdarsvp@sjdowntown.com

Also for your information:
  • 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.
Downtown Dimension is a leading source for information about downtown San Jose news, events and businesses.  Subscribe with a simple email to sjda@sjdowntown.com, subject line:  Subscribe. 

For information about weekly downtown events, also subscribe to Downtowner Online.
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