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.
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?
Unless changed, the proposed Google Diridon development will aggravate our housing crisis in San Jose, not improve it.
San Jose announced plans to end food giveaways for the homeless in St. James Park, drawing backlash from activists and church groups.
The decision came after four hours of heated testimony marked by jeers from landlords who called city officials thieves and communists.
During his third State of the City address, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo promised that a fractured nation will not distract from the city’s vision.
South Bay renters won two important battles in the span of a week—one in San Jose and the other for all of Santa Clara County.
Plans to replace a rent-controlled apartment complex with market-rate housing near Santana Row leads to largest eviction in San Jose history.
San Jose is considering an ordinance that would make it easier for landlords to evict tenants if they’re arrested but never charged with a crime.
The third U.S. Social Forum will be held today through Sunday in the Washington United Youth Center in San Jose.