The project will activate downtown area pedestrian zone, and it will provide opportunities for home ownership for much needed affordable housing in the region near the new CalTrain Station to be completed in Summer of 2019 and within close proximity to BART. The project is being design to capitalize on the existing robust public transportation system in the area and it will provide a robust transit incentive program to encourage future residents to get off their vehicles and into public transportation. Programs include e-bike sharing program, bike lockers, and transit pass program just to name a few. The project includes full demolition of the existing building and at grade public parking lot to make way to construct a 200,000 square-feet, eight-story mixed-use building, 85 feet in height, including 97 for-sale condominium units comprised of 24-one bedroom units, 68-two bedroom units and 5-three bedroom units, over approximately 7,030 square feet of retail space at street level. Twenty percent of the units (19 units) will be for-sale Below Market Rate (BMR) units. The project is comprised of one eight story building, with five residential stories over three above-ground garage levels. The project will also include the construction public improvements including major overhead utilities undergrounding, frontage improvements (street scape, sidewalks, ADA ramps, etc.).
Scope of services includes comprehensive project and construction management including; design management, procurement of project teams members (project architect, CEQA consultant, geotechnical, civil engineering, special Inspection and general contractor). Services also included management of overall project budget, land use entitlement approval coordination with City Planning, building permitting, and infrastructure permitting.