Hunter Storm’s transit-oriented Gateway Crossings project moves forward

Hunter Storm’s transit-oriented Gateway Crossings project moves forward

The Santa Clara City Council has unanimously approved changes to plans for Hunter Storm’s Gateway Crossings project. Projected to bring thousands of new homes to the area, plus retail space and a 225-room hotel on the 21-acre site near the Caltrain station, a future BART extension, and the Mineta San Jose International Airport, local leaders are hopeful it will spur more transit-oriented development in the region. While construction on the hotel will be paused due to concern over losses sustained by the hospitality industry during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, work will move forward on Phase 1, which now includes 725 residential units including seventy-three below market rate units spread amongst two buildings. 


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Phase 1 will also encompass construction of nearly 20k square feet of new retail space, including the 7,500 square foot PAL space, and the new 3,500 square foot Tavern on the Green (restaurant) located in a new 2-acre public park. Phase 1 also includes approximately $15 million in Brokaw and Coleman Avenue improvements, approximately $30 million in onetime fees, $15 million in park fees, $4 million in DA fees, $3.5 million in school fees, and $8 million in associated plan check and miscellaneous fees. 

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