San Jose has arrived at a fork in the road: we can either tax tech to build homes and transit, or we can recommit to a broken status quo.
It will take years before the tech company realizes its vision for the city’s core. But a key vote this week lays the groundwork.
Google forked over $1 billion for a business park in Mountain View, making it by far the biggest real estate buy in the Bay Area this year.
A new lawsuit filed against San Jose claims city officials signed illegal NDAs at Google’s behest to secure a $67 million land deal.
Google has been expanding its reach in San Jose beyond the scope of its planned headquarters in downtown.
Is this finally San Jose’s moment for downtown to realize its potential as a vital and beautiful urban community?
Sam Liccardo almost had to stay home from a business delegation to Seattle—until the SVO, invoking Beyoncé, gave him an out.
Is the Affordable Housing Network the only organization in San Jose that believes San Jose’s general plan is a blueprint for a train wreck?
As local governments chase universal connectivity, San Jose considers how to digitize a city already grappling with user error.
Unless changed, the proposed Google Diridon development will aggravate our housing crisis in San Jose, not improve it.