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Coronavirus roundup: Sunnyvale boosts downtown with major retail openings
October 30, 2020 | www.bizjournals.com

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 | theregistrysf.com

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

Sunnyvale City Council Approves Next Phase Of Cityline Sunnyvale

Sunnyvale City council has approved a downtown specific plan and development agreement that allows for the next phase of CityLine Sunnyvale to begin. STC Venture, a partnership between Sares Regis Group of Northern California and Hunter Properties, is developing the multi-phase redevelopment project. The new phase will add 792 residential units and 653,000 square feet Read More

Derk Hunter - Structures 2020 Pioneer of the Year Award
September 30, 2020 | www.bizjournals.com

Derk Hunter’s first development deal came in 1960, back when he was 30 and a company called National Cash Register could still name itself for a mechanical product and be thought of as prestigious. He and the late Roy Demmon were at the start of their partnership and the deal was – for them and Read More

Four major Santa Clara developments to watch in 2020
January 3, 2020 | San Jose Spotlight

On the border of Santa Clara and San Jose, meanwhile, the 21.4-acre Gateway Crossings project is set to get underway. The development by Cupertino-based Hunter Storm Development will include 1,565 residential units — including 157 affordable homes — alongside 45,000 square feet of retail space, a 225-room hotel and nearly 3 acres of park land. Read More

Hunter Storm & Verizon Break Ground on 640,000 SQFT Tech Hub at Coleman Highline in San Jose
October 31, 2019 | The Registry

L to R: Michael Hudson, Verizon; Deke Hunter, Hunter Storm; Guru Gowrappan, Verizon Media; Sonya Dufner, Gensler; Ed Storm, Hunter Storm; and Curtis Leigh, HunterStorm SAN JOSE, CA – OCTOBER 30, 2019 – This morning, Verizon and Cupertino-based Hunter Storm celebrated the groundbreaking of Verizon’s new 640,000-square-foot technology hub at Coleman Highline. Read the full Read More

Verizon breaks ground on huge San Jose tech hub
October 30, 2019 | Mercury News

SAN JOSE — Verizon on Wednesday launched a huge new tech campus in north San Jose, breaking ground on a sleek complex where the communications titan will employ thousands of people. The company’s Silicon Valley campus of the future is located at the Coleman Highline development, which is across the street from San Jose International Read More

Two-part ‘transit village’ on San Jose, Santa Clara border pushes forward as one
October 5, 2019 | sanjosespotlight.com

Hunter Storm Development started construction this week on the next two buildings at its massive Coleman Highline office development in San Jose, but the groundbreaking is especially significant this time around in the multi-phase development. The office project, which will span as much as 2.2 million square feet, is now part of something larger: a Read More

Hunter Storm’s lucky path stretches through Silicon Valley
September 27, 2019 | bizjournals.com

The company’s three major current projects — Coleman Highline in Santa Clara and San Jose, Gateway Crossings in Santa Clara, and CityLine Sunnyvale — aim to redevelop almost 100 acres in the heart of Silicon Valley with thousands of new housing units and millions of square feet of new office space alongside new retail, at Read More

Sneak peek: CityLine, slated to transform downtown Sunnyvale with new homes, office and retail, takes shape (photos)
September 3, 2019 | bizjournals.com

The developers behind Sunnyvale’s massive CityLine project say the 36-acre project, now underway after being stalled for a decade during the Great Recession, has the potential to transform downtown. And the city, which watched as previous incarnations of the project faltered under earlier developers, is really hoping that this time is the charm. Click here Read More