A long-in-the-making effort to revamp Sunnyvale’s downtown and turn it into a robust, transit-oriented community is finally coming together. Since last fall, the developers behind CityLine Sunnyvale — a 36-acremixed-use development in the city’s center that for years was more vision than reality – have completed a 75-unit apartment building and a two-story commercial structure Read More
The long-standing Macy’s building in Downtown Sunnyvale is now a pile of rubble. Crews started demolishing the building in late June and moving out the debris. Developers are hoping the building permits will be approved for this latest piece of the CityLine Sunnyvale development in mid-October. If that happens, construction can begin before 2022 arrives. Read More
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. — STC Ventures, a joint venture between Sares Regis Group of Northern California and Hunter Properties, received approval from the Sunnyvale Planning Commission to develop two office buildings totaling 500,000 square feet on the former Macy’s parcel in downtown Sunnyvale. Read the full article here.
This week, the Sunnyvale Planning Commission approved plans for CityLine Sunnyvale to develop two office buildings with ground-level retail space on the former Macy’s parcel in downtown Sunnyvale. Located between Taaffe and Murphy avenues, the buildings will be separated by a public pedestrian plaza and offer approximately 250,000 square feet of office space, 25,000 square Read More
SUNNYVALE, CA – March 30, 2021 – Last night, the Sunnyvale Planning Commission approved plans for CityLine Sunnyvale to develop two office buildings with ground-level retail space on the former Macy’s parcel in downtown Sunnyvale. Located between Taaffe and Murphy Avenues, the buildings will be separated by a public pedestrian plaza and will each offer Read More
SUNNYVALE — Two big office buildings proposed for downtown Sunnyvale have pushed closer to reality following final city approval of the project. The buildings would be a key component in the CityLine Sunnyvale mixed-use development of offices, shops, restaurants, and homes in downtown Sunnyvale. The Sunnyvale Planning Commission has approved a complex of two office Read More
After years of attempts to invigorate downtown Sunnyvale with a town center, efforts to move CityLine Sunnyvale from concept to reality further materialized with retail spaces gaining occupancy and more construction ahead. STC Venture LLC, the joint venture between affiliates of Hunter Storm and Sares Regis Group of Northern California, is executing the major mixed-use Read More
SUNNYVALE, CA – MARCH 4, 2021 – CityLine Sunnyvale continues to fill retail space in the heart of downtown Sunnyvale, having recently executed a lease with City National Bank for an approximately 3,250-square-foot space at 301 W. McKinley Avenue that will open before the end of 2021. CityLine Sunnyvale’s retail offerings have recently expanded with Read More
Wishing you happy holidays and a prosperous New Year from everyone at Hunter Properties, Hunter Storm and Bay Area Self Storage!
SAN JOSE — A flurry of activity marked the beginning of the holiday season for Cupertino-based developer Hunter Properties. At a sale price of $275 million, Hunter Properties recently disposed of Phase I of Coleman Highline, a 1.75 million-square-foot mixed-use campus that will total eight office buildings, four amenity buildings, a hotel and retail space. Read More