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Great Oaks Development

Located in San Jose, the 32-acre multi-phase residential project aims to provide suburban benefits with urban conveniences. The project is a short distance from the Santa Teresa VTA Station, Blossom Hill Caltrain Station, and Santana Row while also providing numerous parks, greenways, and amenity-driven spaces to create the ultimate sanctuary-driven community. Learn about the different project phases:

Urban Oak Neighborhood 1 – Residences
Urban Oak Neighborhood 2 – Rows
Urban Oak Neighborhood 3
Urban Oak Neighborhood 4 – Vista
Urban Oak Neighborhood 5 – Towns
Public Park (Arbol De La Vida Park)

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Ohlone

The multi-phase 8.25-acre major mixed-use project located in San Jose’s Midtown neighborhood will continue to transform the once underdeveloped area of San Jose. The project will create a pedestrian-friendly district with neighborhood-serving amenities while creating better street infrastructure for residents. Learn more about the most recent project, Silver at Ohlone, that is currently in the final stages of construction.
Phase 1: Silver at Ohlone
Phase 2: Platinum at Ohlone
Phase 3: Ohlone Block A

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The Kelsey Ayer Station

The Kelsey Ayer Station is a 0.54-acre inclusive mixed ability, mixed income, and transit-oriented development in downtown San Jose that provides a community to adults with disabilities who desire independent living. The project will convert an old office building into a 115 unit podium apartment building with indoor and outdoor amenities. In order to better promote community connectivity for its residents, The Kelsey Ayer Station has 8,000 square feet of community spaces which includes a community kitchen and lounge, fitness rooms, shared workstations, a sensory garden, and a community terrace. In addition, the complex is located conveniently adjacent to the VTA Light Rail and is within walking distance of Diridon Station providing residents with easy access to jobs, dining, and entertainment without the need of a car.

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Donnor Lofts

Located in San Jose, Donner Lofts provides 92 workforce efficiency studios and 9 one-bedroom apartments serving individuals earning up to 50% of Area Media Income which is $39,100 for a single-person household. The development also includes a community room, computer room, an exercise facility, a common courtyard and ground-floor retail space. As an affordable rental apartment community developed by MidPen Housing, Donner Lofts is one of the first housing sites for Project Welcome Home, the first Pay for Success initiative launched in the State of California. This development addresses the immense need for affordable workforce housing in one of the nation’s top most expensive metropolitan areas where skyrocketing rents have contributed to a homeless epidemic affecting a growing number of households. Donner Lofts is one of the very first housing sites in California to provide homes for participants in the innovative public/private Pay for Success (PFS) model. PFS is a funding model that drives government resources toward social programs that provide positive results to the people who need them most.
 
*Photos by Misha Bruk Photography 

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Clocktower Square

Clocktower Square is a 5.9-acre Class A office park located in Palo Alto. It is conveniently situated near a Caltrain station and a Marguerite shuttle stop. The main goal of the project was to refresh the landscape and courtyard to improve accessibility across the campus and to enhance the community setting. Key features include two new custom bridges, a custom gazebo, furnished patios, and new site lighting to help create comfortable gathering spots around the campus’ naturalistic pools.

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1615 Wyatt

1615 Wyatt is a 1.8-acre commercial office space market ready project located in Santa Clara. The client was looking to elevate the look and feel of the original building while also wanting to improve overall site accessibility. HMH achieved those goals by updating the building’s entrance plaza, refreshing the surrounding plants to create a more modern feel, and improving the irrigation systems. The accessibility of the building was also improved by providing better pedestrian connection to the public right-of-way, parking, and the entrance of the building.

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Monte Bella

Located in Salinas, the 11 acre single family residential community, Monte Bella, is situated close to Monterey Bay and is minutes away from the Salinas Municipal Regional Airport. The community is also near shopping and dining with convenient access to several parks and recreation areas.

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Peninsula Bible Church

The Peninsula Bible Church project covers 3.26 acres and consists of renovating 3 different children’s play spaces, improving curb appeal, and elevating the overall spaces that the children use on a daily basis.

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Morgan Autism Center

HMH designed a playground for the Morgan Autism Center in San Jose that combines recreational areas and therapeutic zones.  The recreational and therapeutic zones provide multiple safe spaces for higher activity play and physical activity, as well as quieter environments for relaxation and recuperation. The spaces are designed for people of all ages and provide various textures, sounds, and obstacles to explore.