333 Sunol Street
San Jose, CA 95126
Located between downtown San Jose and the premiere retail destination of Santana Row, Silver brings a much needed renewal to the outdated industrial centers that have left large parcels of land virtually unused. The long-term value of this development is its’ proximity to large employers in downtown San Jose, mixed with the wide variety of dining and recreational opportunities, in addition to multiple VTA and bus lines that frequent the area giving residents easy access to public transportation. The multiple bus and VTA lines makes this an ideal development for urban living, by providing brand new contemporary multi-family living spaces.
Silver will have a total of 268 market rate residential apartments and will include 18 different floor plans consisting of studios, one, and two bedroom flats and lofts. From first glance, residents will be engulfed by all the modern aesthetics Silver has puts forth. The sharp lines and accents bring out the simple yet sophisticated design; the result is a visually pleasing contemporary design. Stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, and an in-house washer and dryer are amenities that are available to all residents. Silver residents will also have access to a wide variety of communal amenities including a lounge and game room, weight and cardio equipment, a pool, kitchen, and a private meeting room.
The Republic Family of Companies has chosen Woodmont Real Estate Services to provide property management services for Silver. The project’s creative team includes interior design by Shelley Cahan, principal of Shelley & Co. Interior Design; and Lisa Young, president and CEO of Multifamily Zone, LLC, is handling the visual identity overall branding concept.
Project Cost: $102 Million
Republic is planning this Transit Oriented Development (TOD) project to include up to 800 residential units and over 12,500 square feet of retail. The Ohlone is a premier, $300 million development on one of San Jose, CA’s last large infill properties. As the project is located directly next to a planned light rail station, and located along West San Carlos Street, a street that has been designated a TOD corridor and a planned bus rapid transit line by the City of San Jose and Valley Transportation Authority respectively, it will represent San Jose’s new vision for transit oriented, sustainable development. The Ohlone will deliver to the City of San Jose a four acre park located directly next to the project and planned light rail station called Del Monte Park. This park (5.5 acres with the neighboring developments property) could include: lighted soccer fields, picnic areas, a gazebo for live entertainment, a dog park and many other facilities.