San Jose Considers $2.9 Million Tax Break for Post Street Towers

A residential high-rise being proposed in downtown San Jose is vying for a few million bucks in city subsidies.

‘Slavery Towers’ a Flashpoint in Debate Over Labor Standards, Responsible Development

The 643-unit Silvery Towers climbing 22 stories into the sky from the heart of San Jose have become a monument to unfettered greed.

Op-Ed: Google-Diridon Proposal Turns Blind Eye to Displacement

Unless changed, the proposed Google Diridon development will aggravate our housing crisis in San Jose, not improve it.

Study: Growing Construction Costs May Hinder New Housing Development in San Jose

A new study suggests that rising construction costs may hinder housing development in San Jose, which already faces an affordability crisis.

Protesters Disrupt San Jose Mayor’s State of City Speech

Sam Liccardo touted the city’s collaborative ethos and acknowledged its struggle to address housing affordability in his annual address.

Downtown San Jose’s Yoga Shala Searches for New Digs After Lease Deal Fell Through

The future of longtime yoga studio in San Jose has suddenly been thrown into doubt, prompting its owner to ask the city for help.

San Jose Receives $150K Knight Cities Grant to Fund New City Designer, Avoid RDA Pitfalls

After receiving a $150,000 grant from the Knight Cities Challenge, San Jose has hired a new city designer in Timothy Rood.

Google Eyes Diridon Station Area for Transit-Focused Development

Google is eyeing San Jose’s most prized real estate for development, which could bring thousands of new jobs and create a mass transit hub.