Urban Catalyst is proud to lead the development of seven properties in downtown San Jose. We are on track to begin construction on all of our projects in 2021 – we can’t wait!
From the start, our vision has always been to create a synergy in downtown San Jose to foster a win-win for our investors and for our community. In this video, Urban Catalyst Founder Erik Hayden shares details on where things stand.
- Fountain Alley Building - At this office building with ground-floor retail located in the historic district of San Jose, visitors will have a quality outdoor dining experience and can head up to the roof to enjoy what will be Silicon Valley’s largest rooftop bar.
- Keystone Hotel - As a Marriott TownePlace Suites, extended-stay business hotel, the average stay of guests will be 15 days. Each unit will have its own kitchen, allowing more independent living for visitors. The Urban Catalyst team is experienced in building extended-stay business hotels, and we can’t wait to hit the ground running.
- Madera - It’s no secret that California has a housing crisis, and that’s especially true in Silicon Valley. For more than 30 years, there have been five jobs for every housing unit built in the Valley. This multi-family apartment building will allow us to do our part in making a difference in the community.
- Delmas Senior Living - This assisted-living and memory care facility is the first project of its kind in downtown San Jose in over 30 years. With its proximity to some of San Jose’s most affluent neighborhoods, this project will positively impact the local baby boomer population.
- Icon - Located right off the new Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) line, this residential high-rise is the epitome of transit-oriented development. Complete with some office and ground-floor retail, Icon really has it all.
- Paseo - We’re transforming a 12-screen movie theater into two floors of office space with ground-floor retail. This project is located on the Paseo De San Antonio, which is a major pedestrian thoroughfare connecting San Jose State University to Plaza de César Chávez. Based in “restaurant row,” the Paseo will have two full-service bars and restaurants with impressively high ceilings.
- The Mark -Given its proximity to San Jose State University, this 800-bed student housing high-rise will benefit students making the move to attend college. According to the university’s internal studies, it needs about 6,000 student housing beds and we’re excited to play a part in meeting that demand.
Stay tuned for more to come, and contact us if you’d like to learn more.