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.
San Jose reached a milestone in its land negotiations with Google, releasing a purchase agreement that comes up for a vote next month.
A new lawsuit filed against San Jose claims city officials signed illegal NDAs at Google’s behest to secure a $67 million land deal.
Is this finally San Jose’s moment for downtown to realize its potential as a vital and beautiful urban community?
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?
Some see the e-scooters as gentrifying techie-mobiles, but the on-demand devices could drastically improve transit in the South Bay.
A group of residents concerned about displacement and gentrification have formed a coalition to disrupt the Google-San Jose negotiations.
Though the concept isn’t being studied, there’s no doubt that the idea of a train from San Jose to Santa Cruz could have been a game changer
San Jose city officials will have to decide later this month whether to bolster protections for renters or weaken them to give landlords more power.