Sunnyvale Approves 550,000 SQFT CityLine Sunnyvale Mixed-Use Development

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

Plans for big office buildings in downtown Sunnyvale push ahead. Office buildings would be large enough for more than 2,000 workers.

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

CityLine Sunnyvale Gains Momentum With City National Bank Lease Signed, Whole Foods Open
March 17, 2021 |

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

CityLine Sunnyvale Secures 3,250 SQFT Lease with City National Bank
March 5, 2021 |

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

Holiday Greetings 2020

Wishing you happy holidays and a prosperous New Year from everyone at Hunter Properties, Hunter Storm and Bay Area Self Storage!

Silicon Valley Continues to Adapt to a Post-COVID Economy
December 2, 2020 |

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

Hunter Properties Reaches Development Milestones Across Four Bay Area Projects
November 23, 2020 |

Cupertino-based developer Hunter Properties has achieved an incredible collection of six milestones in the final days of October across four Silicon Valley development projects—the culmination of many years of real estate development investment and planning and an accomplishment which any much larger real estate developer would be proud. The pinnacle of the firm’s achievements was Read More

West Coast multifamily developer leases land for 725 new apartments at Gateway Crossings in Santa Clara
November 20, 2020 |

Hunter Properties and real estate investment firm Holland Partner Group have agreed to a 99-year ground lease in which the latter will develop 725 new apartment units as part of Hunter Properties’ mixed-use Gateway Crossings development in Santa Clara. The ground lease, which was signed Oct. 28 and made public via a Wednesday news release, Read More

Coronavirus roundup: Sunnyvale boosts downtown with major retail openings
October 30, 2020 |

As Santa Clara County begins to slowly reopen retail and entertainment options amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the city of Sunnyvale is looking further into the future,to the revitalization of its downtown. As part of that vision, the city has opened two key anchors for its new CityLine Sunnyvale development, which it hopes will be the Read More

Whole Foods Market and AMC Theatres Open to Public at CityLine Sunnyvale
October 30, 2020 |

After years of planning and construction, AMC DINE-IN Sunnyvale 12 and a Whole Foods Market located in a new, two-story building in the heart of the downtown CityLine Sunnyvale project are opening to the public this week. The 52,000-square-footWhole Foods Market on the ground at 9 AM, while the 52,000-square-foot AMC DINE-IN Sunnyvale 12 on Read More