August 23, 2019
The Santa Clara City Council’s recent approval has paved the way for Hunter Storm to move forward on its proposed Gateway Crossings project, a massive, mixed-use, transit-oriented development straddling the border of San Jose and Santa Clara. The stage is now set for the developer to fulfill its vision of a dynamic transit village next to the San Jose International Airport and the Santa Clara Transit Center.
Gateway Crossings (pictured) will provide 1,565 homes directly adjacent to Cupertino-based Hunter Properties’ Coleman Highline, a new tech office campus with 1.75 million square feet. Verizon Media recently took 643,000 square feet at Coleman Highline, and Roku, Inc. had previously leased 730,000 square feet for a corporate HQ.
The mix of uses at Gateway Crossings also includes a 225-room hotel, two parks, and 45,000 square feet of retail. The Coleman Highline campus adds 7,500 square feet of retail and a 175-room hotel. Groundbreaking is planned in fall 2019, with completion slated for 2021.
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