San Jose

In Case You Missed It: MHN’s Top 5 Posts in November

Miss any of our articles? Catch up with five of our most popular posts for the month.

Wildfires’ Impact on California Housing

With two destructive and deadly fires still burning in the state, the local real estate industry faces major changes.

San Jose Luxury Community Trades for $104M

Republic Urban Properties sold the 2015-built, 218-unit asset located within a mile of downtown. HFF represented the seller and procured the buyer.

Standard Communities Upgrades San Jose Senior Housing Community

The affordable housing division of Standard Cos. renovated Villa de Guadalupe Apartments, preserving the property’s affordability. The three-story asset serves low-income seniors.

Tech CU Funds Luxury San Jose Development

Cypress Group received $20.5 million in financing for the construction of the apartment building located in the Willow Glen neighborhood.

San Jose Prices Out Many Residents

The metro’s lack of housing affordability continues to hinder population growth, as Silicon Valley’s multifamily market commands some of the highest rents in the nation, while the area’s median home price is approaching the $1 million mark.

The Story of MIRO: San Jose’s Tallest Development

Bayview Development Group’s Ted McMahon unveiled the story behind San Jose’s tallest residential project and explained how it will impact the city’s multifamily market. Mike DiNapoli of Suffolk Construction revealed why MIRO is part of the “build smart” trend.

Greystone Provides $71M for San Jose Community

The company facilitated a Fannie Mae DUS loan for 251 Brandon St., which includes a 10-year fixed rate, eight years of interest only and a 30-year amortization period.

Downtown San Jose Community Sells for $13M

Levin Johnston has brokered the sale of First Street Manor, a property located in downtown San Jose, within two miles of the city’s future Google Village.

South Bay Luxury Community Sells for $107M

TH Real Estate has acquired a newly constructed 186-unit asset located in Santa Clara, Calif. Designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning, the property came online in the spring of 2017.