Hunter Storm & Verizon Break Ground on 640,000 SQFT Tech Hub at Coleman Highline in San Jose

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.

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Sneak peek: CityLine, slated to transform downtown Sunnyvale with new homes, office and retail, takes shape (photos)

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.

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Developer behind San Jose’s Coleman Highline project buys neighboring sites

The developer behind San Jose’s massive Coleman Highline development has purchased several large pieces of neighboring land from the city, the Mercury News reports, citing property records and city documents.

Cupertino-based Hunter Storm on Dec. 14 paid $24.8 million for 12.7 acres of land next to its main Coleman Highline mixed-use development, which sits near Avaya Stadium and the San Jose airport. The additional sites could be used to offer more parking for office tenants and hotel, retail and restaurant customers, according to the Mercury News.

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