San Jose - Real Estate & Development
Tesla recently made big headlines after CEO Elon Musk revealed that the company would be moving its headquarters in Palo Alto to Austin, Texas. But it appears that the company will keep at least some presence in Palo Alto.
Teachers' and public employees' investments at risk because of trouble at two Silicon Valley housing projects
The costs to finish a housing development in Fremont and another in San Jose have skyrocketed, which means the investments made by teachers and other public employees are now at risk of being wiped away.
Last year, the Doobie Brothers became the first musical act from San Jose to make it into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, and now, the home where they got their explosive start appears to be becoming a new historic landmark for the city.
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 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.
The Flintstones can stay: Hillsborough and Florence Fang reach settlement over figures & more at 'Flintstone House'
The town went after the property, calling it an "eyesore." Owner (and former SF newspaper owner) Florence Fang hit back with claims of discrimination. Now they've settled – and the Flintstones can stay.
Report: Roughly half of San Jose's homes are worth over $1M, the highest number in the nation — SF follows at #2
Real estate in San Francisco and San Jose ranked as the nation's top in terms highest share of million-dollar homes, according to a new report. Roughly half of San Jose's owner-occupied, single-family properties were valued over $1 million, per LendingTree.