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Downtown San Jose transit village near Google proposal steams ahead

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Trammell Crow has gained approval for a mixed-use complex that would include 1 million square feet of offices and contain residences and retail.

Just east of all of this activity around Diridon Station, Adobe Systems is pushing forward with plans for an office tower that could contain 3,000 of its workers, in a major expansion of the tech giant's downtown San Jose headquarters campus.

"What TMG and Valley Oak are planning is right next to the what Google is looking at developing," said Scott Knies, executive director of the Downtown San Jose Association. "There is a huge amount of change that is ahead for the west side of downtown."

The developers have gained a key approval from San Jose city officials and now have requested approval for a specific permit to develop the site. The project is being designed by New York-based Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, lead designers of Hudson Yards in New York City.

"There should be a lot of interest from tech companies to lease or buy this property," Staedler said.

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