Showing posts with label urban market san jose. Show all posts
Showing posts with label urban market san jose. Show all posts

Monday, March 15, 2010

San Pedro Square Market Letters of Intent!

Are you guys ready for an update regarding my favorite upcoming project in Downtown San Jose? While I can't provide any names besides Barefoot Coffee and Veggielution, I can tell you what types of vendors have signed Letters of Intent for the San Pedro Square Market!

  • Barber Shop
  • Bike Rentals
    • I can give you a little more info about this one. These are supposed to be electronic bikes that you can rent and ride all around downtown (the electronic assist will work for ~20 miles). When you're done, they plug them in and recharge the battery for the next rider.
  • Cards
  • Chocolate (unconfirmed)
  • Concierge
  • Falafels
  • Flowers (unconfirmed)
  • Frozen Custard (supposed to be amazing)
  • Fruit Smoothies
  • Gorditas
  • Guatemalan Imports
  • Gyros (unconfirmed)
  • Italian Food
  • Latino Kitchen Products
  • Pho
  • Produce
  • Raviolis
  • Sausages (unconfirmed)
  • Shirts and Caps
  • Spring Rolls
  • Tamales and Enchiladas
  • Toffee
  • Wine Bar

Many more Letters of Intent are pending and hopefully we can get actual names soon! I have more information about ideas that are being thrown that will create some synergy between the vendors, but I'll save that for another post later this week. If you have any thoughts on what other types of vendors you would like to see at the Market, please post in the comments!

Friday, February 12, 2010

San Pedro Square Market has a Launch Date!

August 1st, mark it on your calendars! That's the date the San Pedro Square Market is officially launching! At less than 6 months away, this is a pretty aggressive target date. They also have a new Facebook page here.

Friday, November 20, 2009

San Pedro Square Version 2.0

I was looking at the JRDV Architects website today and am still impressed at how awesome the San Pedro Square Urban Market renders look. When this gets executed, I really think it's going to dramatically reinvigorate the area and help draw people from around Silicon Valley to downtown San Jose. Take a look with me below: