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Investing & Developing For The Next Wave Of Tech
As tech tenants look to the CBD – how are investors and developers preparing for an influx of office and housing demands
Making Downtown San Jose A Live, Work, Play Hub
Evolving and redesigning the CBD in an effort to keep employees and residents downtown
The Westin San Jose
302 South Market St.
San Jose, CA 95113
Ballroom/Floor: Grand Ballroom and Atrium, Lobby Level
Valet Parking: $30
Self-Parking: $3 per hour at the Convention Center Garage - 150 W San Carlos St, Downtown San Jose, CA 95113
Fueled, as always, by the tech sector and office market, Downtown San Jose is having a moment. Across the city, tenants like Roku (adding 160,000 sq. ft.) and Zscaler (subleasing 172,000 sq. ft.) are entering the market at scale while Google, Apple, and Facebook remain entrenched – serving as tent poles driving the economy and growing communities.
According to a report published by Joint Venture's Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies, in Q1 2019, more than 600,000 sq. ft. of commercial space (69% office, 31% industrial) was completed. Additionally, more than 12,000,000 sq. ft. – 64% of which is office space – of commercial development is in the works.
For all the benefits of tech, the occasional detrimental effects are finally surfacing. In neighborhoods like East Palo Alto, affordability is worsening and gentrification is rising, making the controversial housing bill SB50 equal parts appealing and necessary.
As Bisnow will discuss on July 11, multifamily housing – for all classes – is a matter of sincere urgency for residents, business owners, and public figures in San Jose, a city that only has approximately 12,000 affordable housing units.
Join us as we explore the heart of the Valley – Downtown San Jose – and examine the impact tech tenants have on the communities they inhabit, the continued office development and investment boom, and the potential role Opportunity Zones can play in alleviating the market’s stresses.
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