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rendering of new real estate project from Urban Catalyst
Erik HaydenJul 1, 2020 12:17:32 PM1 min read

Urban Catalyst Submitted Four Site Development Permits Within A Week!

rendering of new real estate projects: Madera, The Mark, Delmas Senior Living, Paseo

As featured in the Globe St. article by Lisa Brown this week, Urban Catalyst is steadily advancing our projects in downtown San Jose.

We submitted site development permit packages for four of our seven projects in our portfolio all within days of one another, which include:

  • Madera - 157-unit multifamily building in downtown San Jose located near the Diridon Station. Madera is our first multifamily project to be formally submitted and will bring much needed residential housing to the heart of San Jose.
  • The Mark - 222-unit student housing project located a half block from San Jose State University, providing much needed student housing for the university.
  • Paseo - Transit-friendly, mixed-used complex featuring office space and ground-floor retail. It is arguably the best office location in downtown San Jose, and what makes Paseo extra special is the 24-foot floor to ceiling heights, which will allow our office tenants to get really creative.
  • Delmas - Senior housing project with 117 assisted living units and 50 memory care units. It’s the first senior living project of its kind to be built in the downtown corridor in more than 35 years.

Construction for these projects is scheduled to begin in 2021.

For the latest news coverage on these projects, check out our newsroom.

Interested in learning more about all of our projects? Contact us today.


Erik Hayden

Responsible for developing more than $3.5 billion in real estate projects, including over 2,300 residential units in the California Bay Area, Mr. Hayden has experience in acquisition, contract negotiation, due diligence, risk assessment, financing, construction, and disposition of multifamily, single family and large mixed-use and master planned developments. He maintains relationships with a broad network of property owners, enabling him to identify and acquire prime investments. Mr. Hayden also has expertise in navigating projects through the entitlement process by working with elected officials, community groups, and political organizations to gain support and get projects approved.