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Located in Foster City, Parkside Towers is a .57 acre market ready project that includes updating the plaza space in front of the 1051 East Hillsdale Boulevard property. The project began with gaining planning approval through to construction document approval. Updates include enhanced hardscape, overhead structures, synthetic lawn areas, new site furnishings, and updated landscape and irrigation.
Some of the amenities include shade structures, a variety of seating options, updated paving, drought tolerant planting palette, and irrigation improvements.
Great Oaks Park, also called Arbol De La Vida, is part of the multi-phase residential Urban Oaks project located in San Jose. The public park is uniquely driven by the biomimicry theme. The theme represents the interconnectedness of the 3 separate realms while also allowing each realm to be designated spaces that provide multiple active/passive spaces for residents. The 3 themes include the Living Realm, the Understory Realm, and the Canopy Realm.
The Acadia San Jose Behavioral Health project consisted of a 30,600 square foot building addition and associated remodel for approximately 92 additional beds and other facilities at the 6.92-acre site in the City of San Jose. HMH aided in the rezoning efforts from A(PD) to CIC (PD) as well as concurrent processing of First Phase PD Permit which includes a 59 bed, 16,052 square foot building addition, a relocated fire access drive, and a porte-cochere.
Located in Campbell, the 4.08 acre multi-tenant Class A office building was transformed to meet the needs of current tenant requirements. With a high profile location and excellent freeway visibility on Highway 17, the market-ready project achieved LEED Silver BD+C while creating a more sustainable landscape that offers an engaging outdoor amenity area, clear paths of travel, drought tolerant planting, corten steel raised planter beds with olive trees, and outdoor collaboration spaces.
The Bernal Avenue/Sunol Boulevard/First Street intersection in Pleasanton serves as a gateway to downtown from highway 680 and it is subject to increasingly higher traffic volumes during the commute hours causing localized congestion. The goal of the project is to improve operations for vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians. Improvements will include left turn pocket upgrades and integration of complete streets concepts to accommodate safe paths of travel for bicyclists and pedestrians toward downtown.