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Mega Redwood City project wins OK
August 2, 2013 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

Fourteen months after winning a fierce bidding contest for a prime city-owned development parcel, Hunter/Storm and Kilroy Realty’s Redwood City office project is good to go. The development team got the green light on July 22 to move forward with the largest office project ever in the city’s downtown core, which is now being dubbed Read More

Hunter/Storm, Kilroy get goahead for big Downtown Redwood City project
July 24, 2013 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

Hunter/Storm and Kilroy Realty’s Redwood City office project is good to go. Fourteen months after winning a fierce bidding contest for a prime city-owned development parcel, the development team got the green light on Monday to move forward with the largest office project ever in the city’s downtown core, which is now being dubbed “Crossing/900.” Read More

Developer of the Year(s): Find out who has made the top spot over the years
September 28, 2012 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

One of the top awards in our annual Structures publication is the Developer of the Year. This award focuses on the top company in the valley, with shovels in the ground at premier projects. This year’s winner was no exception. Then head over to our full coverage of all the Structures Awards winners and finalists. Read More

Hunter/Storm beats out competition for Redwood City land

After a heated competition for a prime piece of downtown real estate in Redwood City, Hunter/Storm LLC won out. Hunter/Storm will develop Block 2, a 2.3acre city-owned plot on Middlefield Road that is currently home to a city parking lot, after it got the green light from the city council on May 21. Hunter/Storm’s proposal Read More

Peninsula's hot spot moves north to Redwood City
March 30, 2012 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

Sleepy little Redwood City is perking up. The 75,000-person community, located on the peninsula about 27 miles south of San Francisco, has become a hot spot for developers and companies, thanks to city officials putting out a business-friendly welcome mat. Redwood City has adopted a new economic development strategy that focuses on industrial areas and Read More

Hunter/Storm picked to develop prime downtown Redwood City property
March 22, 2012 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

Hunter/Storm LLC has been tapped by the Redwood City City Council to redevelop Block 2, a city parking lot on 950 Middlefield Road. Five developers were interested in the prime downtown site but the short list came down to Cupertino-based Hunter/Storm LLC and Lowe Enterprises out of Los Angeles. The two developers submitted final proposals at the end of Read More

Hunter/Storm or Lowe Enterprises to develop Block 2 in Redwood City?
March 21, 2012 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

The Redwood City City Council is expected to make a decision on Monday night as to who will redevelop Block 2, a city parking lot on 950 Middlefield Road. Five developers were interested in the site but the short list came down to Cupertino-based Hunter/Storm LLC and Lowe Enterprises out of Los Angeles. The two Read More

Almaden Ranch retail project moves ahead

A major South San Jose retail development that had drawn criticism from some local residents is ready to move forward. The City Council is scheduled on March 20 to give a final thumbs up or down on the Almaden Ranch shopping center, a 350,000-square-foot development located just east of Almaden Expressway between Almaden Plaza and Read More

Hunter/Storm, Lowe vie for Redwood City project

Cupertino-based Hunter/Storm LLC is one of two developers on the short list to develop a 2.3 acre plot in downtown Redwood City. City officials in late August formally issued a Request for Qualification for Block 2, a city parking lot on Middlefield Road adjacent to the Redwood City Caltrain station, and the Winslow parking lot Read More

@First development brings big change
September 23, 2011 | Silicon Valley Business Journal

Developer of the Year: Winner Hunter/Storm LLC has helped create a ‘there’s there’ for Silicon Valley by placing amenities in close proximity to people’s homes and workplaces. The company is responsible for developing numerous large retail centers, office buildings and industrial sites throughout the valley. Its most notable San Jose project, however, is the new Read More