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rendering of Fountain Alley Building
Erik HaydenApr 21, 2020 9:37:58 AM< 1 min read

Project Spotlight: The Fountain Alley Building

San Jose map pointing out Fountain Alley Building

In the first of our new blog series "Project Spotlight," we are thrilled to feature The Fountain Alley Building.

rendering of the Fountain Alley Building

The Fountain Alley Building is the first piece of land Urban Catalyst purchased for our Fund, which we announced in May 2019. In September 2019, we submitted a site development permit to the San Jose Planning Department and announced our plans for the project.

rendering of the Fountain Alley Building

Development updates as of April 2020: Urban Catalyst submitted responses to the City’s comments from the Planning and Public Works departments. The City is currently reviewing these responses and scheduling a hearing date for the fall. Urban Catalyst also has completed design development drawings, which is the precursor to construction documents (“blueprints”) and plans to submit for the building permit this summer.

rendering of the Fountain Alley Building

Fountain Alley Building office space vs retail space numbers

Stay tuned for the next blog post featuring The Keystone.
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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.