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

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 |

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 |

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

Mixed-Use Project Has All the Elements for Live Work Play
September 3, 2019 |

CUPERTINO, CA—No longer confined to standalone retail, behemoth office campuses or multifamily without access to conveniences, many developments are going the mixed-use route. And, with Santa Clara city council’s recent approval of Hunter Storm’s proposed Gateway Crossings project, a mixed-use transit-oriented development, and Verizon’s recent commitment to lease 643,000 square feet for a new technology Read More

Hunter Storm Receives Final Approval for Office, Residential and Retail Projects in Santa Clara
August 29, 2019 | The Register

CUPERTINO, CA – AUGUST 21, 2019 – With the Santa Clara City Council’s approval last month of Hunter Storm’s proposed Gateway Crossings project, a massive, mixed-use, transit-oriented development, and Verizon’s recent commitment to lease 643,000 square feet for a new technology hub at Coleman Highline, the stage is now set for Hunter Storm to fulfill Read More

Verizon Announces New Technology Hub for Verizon Media at San Jose’s Coleman Highline Campus
July 25, 2019 | Verizon Press Page

San Jose, CA – Today, Verizon announced plans to co-develop and lease to purchase a new campus for its Verizon Media workforce, built from the ground up at the Coleman Highline campus in San Jose. “We are embarking on the next chapter of Verizon Media’s journey here in Silicon Valley,” said Guru Gowrappan, Chief Executive Read More

Santa Clara paves way for Hunter Storm's huge transit-oriented Gateway Crossings project
July 11, 2019 | Biz Journal

Santa Clara city leaders this week unanimously approved a development agreement for Hunter Storm’s massive Gateway Crossings project, which is slated to bring thousands of new homes, plus new retail space and a 225-room hotel to a 21-acre site near the city’s Caltrain station, a future BART extension and the San Jose airport. Read the Read More

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 Read More

Developers Say San Jose's Land Sale To Google Could Set Future Course For The City
December 5, 2018 | BISNOW

The morning before the San Jose City Council was set to vote on selling land to Google, panelists at Bisnow’s Silicon Valley event voiced their hopes for the city with the promise of a large employer moving in and how the city could benefit from it. Early Wednesday morning, city council approved selling several parcels Read More

First look: Move-ins start at Sunnyvale's CityLine, a project a decade in the making

A decade after construction started, residents have started moving into a new luxury apartment complex in the heart of downtown Sunnyvale. The Flats at CityLine Sunnyvale officially opened in October, and residents began moving into the 198-unit development last week, according to a spokesperson for the developer. The residential units are one small piece of Read More