Once again this year, since the Santa Clara County fairgrounds are still being used for coronavirus testing and vaccinations and as cases surge once more, fair organizers have had to scramble to keep parts of the event alive.
A massive real estate deal in Sunnyvale has brought new hope that the market for commercial office space in Silicon Valley may be starting to rebound after it was totally flipped upside down because of the work from home movement during the pandemic.
The famous Los Angeles-area 24-hour Jewish delicatessen, Canter’s Deli, which has locations in Pasadena, Santa Monica, and its flagship on Fairfax Avenue in LA, is now serving its iconic food here in the Bay Area thanks to a new partnership with DoorDash.
Anderson Dam and Reservoir are about to undergo a massive reconstruction project that will take a decade to complete. That means the Valley Water District will have to drain Santa Clara County’s largest reservoir and look to new sources for water storage just as the state sinks back into serious drought conditions.
The skyline of San Jose will be getting a shiny, new addition in the coming years after the San Jose City Council gave final approval to the project on June 30th. The pair of 20-story glass office towers will be built on a three-acre site at 276 Woz Way, just northeast of the Interstate 280/Highway 87 interchange.