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Top San Jose news: Developer breaks ground on downtown high-rise; man attacked on Halloween; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in San Jose.

Jay Paul breaks ground on big new downtown San Jose office tower

The construction by veteran developer Jay Paul of what is expected to be an iconic high-rise at the corner of Park Avenue and South Almaden Boulevard marks a major watershed for downtown San Jose: the downtown’s first office tower in a decade that is being built on a speculative basis.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

Google widens holdings within downtown San Jose transit village footprint

A site that hosts the operations of J.A. Antuzzi Concrete & Antuzzi Concrete Designs on North Montgomery Street in downtown San Jose was bought on Nov. 5 by Google, according to Santa Clara County property documents.

Read the full story on Mercury News.

San Jose charity seeks thousands of turkeys in annual drive

With about three weeks until Thanksgiving, a South Bay organization kicked off its holiday program to help families in need.

Read the full story on CBS San Francisco.

San Jose to preserve open space in North Coyote Valley

A dozen years ago, there were plans that Coyote Valley, with nearly 20,000 acres of agricultural fields and orchards, might be developed for 25,000 homes. Then came the recession.

Read the full story on ABC Bay Area, KGO.

San Jose man brutally attacked on Halloween night, crooks later return to take his car

A husband and father of two in the South Bay was knocked unconscious by crooks on Halloween night.

Read the full story on ABC Bay Area, KGO.


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