8x8 inks lease to move HQ to San Jose's massive Coleman Highline development

Updated: Jan 24, 2018, 6:06pm PST Coleman Highline will include a series of office buildings linked by elevated walkways that developers hope will foster “creative collisions” and collaboration. See Correction/Clarification at end of article 8×8 has signed a huge lease to move its headquarters to the Coleman Highline mixed-use development near the San Jose airport. Read More

Movie Theater To Partially Anchor Downtown Sunnyvale Project
November 1, 2017 | BISNOW

AMC Theatres is headed to downtown Sunnyvale. CityLine Sunnyvale has signed a lease with the movie theater chain to share a building with Whole Foods Markets. The under-construction mixed-use transit-oriented development will offer housing, retail, entertainment and office space on 36 acres. The two-story building at Murphy and McKinley avenues will have an AMC Theatre Read More

AMC Theaters strikes deal for downtown Sunnyvale 12-screen cinema
October 31, 2017 | The Mercury News

SUNNYVALE — AMC Theaters has struck a deal to lease space for a 12-screen movie theater in downtown Sunnyvale, a key component for an emerging retail complex in the city, developers said Tuesday. The theaters would sit atop a Whole Foods Market, which has leased the ground floor of the two-story grocery and entertainment complex Read More

Hunter Properties to Start First Phase of San Jose Project This Summer; Menlo Park Project to Follow
April 28, 2017 | The Registry

Cupertino-based Hunter Properties is planning to start the first phase of its 1.75 million square foot mixed-use Coleman Highline development in San Jose this summer. The project is located at 1125 Coleman Avenue. At the same time, the company is planning to start a project in Menlo Park at the end of the year, should Read More

Sunnyvale: Whole Foods Market coming to rebooted Town Center
March 2, 2017 | The Mercury News

Whole Foods Market is coming to downtown Sunnyvale, according to owners Hunter Storm and Sares Regis Group of Northern California. The grocery store could be an anchor and catalyst for growth in the Sunnyvale Town Center project, which is being rebooted by new ownership after years in stasis. Whole Foods’  leasing the site was announced Feb. 23. The Read More

Downtown Sunnyvale Lands Whole Foods As New Anchor Retail Tenant
February 24, 2017 | The Registry

SUNNYVALE, CA – February 23, 2017 – STC Venture, LLC, a joint venture of affiliates of Hunter Storm, Sares Regis Group of Northern California, and institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management, have announced that Whole Foods Market has signed a lease for a new grocery store located in the heart of downtown Sunnyvale. Read More

Exclusive: Whole Foods signs as anchor tenant at long-paused downtown Sunnyvale center

Whole Foods has signed a 52,000-square-foot lease in downtown Sunnyvale that would make it an anchor tenant in the 36-acre development formerly known as the Sunnyvale Town Center. STC Ventures announced the deal Thursday. The joint venture is made up of affiliates from Hunter Storm, Sares Regis Group of Northern California and other institutional investors Read More

Sunnyvale: Whole Foods, cinema to anchor Town Center project
February 23, 2017 | The Mercury News

SUNNYVALE — Whole Foods will anchor an emerging retail and residential complex that is also bringing a multi-screen cinema to downtown Sunnyvale, developers said Thursday. The healthy foods grocery chain has leased 52,000 square feet in a long-stalled development that for years has been known as Sunnyvale Town Center. The developer of the site is Read More

Sunnyvale Town Center Redevelopment Kicks Off After $100MM Close
October 28, 2016 | The Registry

After years of legal battles and maneuvers, there is finally visible progress in Sunnyvale at its long-troubled Sunnyvale Town Center development site. STC Venture, a joint venture of Hunter Storm, Sares Regis Group of Northern California and investors advised by JP Morgan Asset Management, moved to kick off the work on redeveloping the site just Read More

Construction to begin yet again at Sunnyvale Town Center
October 28, 2016 | The Mercury News

A new chapter for Sunnyvale Town Center began Oct. 19 with a bit of destruction. The property’s new owners were on hand along with city officials to witness construction machinery tear down part of an incomplete, derelict structure that has loomed over the site as a symbol of stalled construction. Hearing the sickening crunch of Read More