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Living Downtown San Jose: a blog about Urban Lifestyle and Real Estate Downtown San Jose.

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46 W. Julian Street, Ste. 229
San Jose, CA 95110
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Downtown San Jose


For individuals who like to be in the center of it all, downtown San Jose is the place to be.
 
In the last decade, the city of San Jose has focused its resources on developing its urban core with a mixture of housing, jobs, entertainment destinations and transportation options that make it not only an interesting place to live, but a sound financial investment.

Within a 12 block area, there are over 100 restaurants and bars ranging from sushi to American steak houses to salsa bars. A dozen major venues that include the Civic Auditorium, the San Jose Convention Center, the new city hall, the Repertory Theater, HP Pavilion (home of the NHL San Jose Sharks), Center for the Performing Arts, the Silicon Valley Ballet, Children’s Discovery Museum, and the Tech Museum. All are within easy walking distance of most residential complexes.

San Jose State University anchors downtown bringing with it a diversity of students, faculty and a world class library open to the public. For little ones and the young at heart, the Tech Museum of Innovation and the Children’s Discovery Museum are nationally recognized gems within downtown’s urban center.

Cesar Chavez Plaza is a favorite spot for community celebrations, and the city’s calendar is filled with special events including the Jazz Festival, Music in the Park, Tapestry Arts Festival, and the San Jose Grand Prix.
 
There is a place for everyone in downtown San Jose. Whether you are looking for a loft with soaring ceilings for one or for a larger townhouse for a growing family – there is a floor plan that will meet your needs.

Everything a San Jose “urban dweller” needs or wants is just moments away! 


Pictures of Downtown San Jose


Condos and Lofts for sale in Downtown San Jose


350 N. 2nd Street : a 62 units Complex built in 2005.
Brickyard : a 176 units Complex built in 2005 - 2006.
Plant 51 : a 265 units Complex built in 2008.
Lofts on the Alameda : a 40 units Complex built in 2006.
Cahill Park : a 160 units Complex built in 2004 - 2006.
College Park Lofts : a 32 units Complex built in 2003.
College Park Townhomes : a 34 units Complex built in 2003.
Georgetown : a 94 units Complex built in 2002 - 2004.
Park Townsend : a 98 units Complex built in 2004.
Paseo Plaza : a 210 units Complex built in 1996 - 1997.
Paseo Villas : a 104 units Complex built in 2000.
Ryland Mews : a 131 units Complex built in 1994.
The Plaza : a 56 units Complex built in 2000 - 2001.
Parkside : a 116 units Complex built in 1987 - 1988.
Emerald Village : a 14 units Complex built in 2006.
The Works : a 74 units Complex built in 2006-2007.
One East Julian : a 43 units Complex built in 2008.
City Heights : a 124 units Complex built in 2007.
Axis : a 329 units Complex built in 2008.
The 88 : a 197 units Complex built in 2008.
North Keystone : a 42 units Complex built in 2007.
Three Sixty Residences : a 213 units Complex built in 2010.

New Developments:

Parkview Towers : a 186 units Complex with an estimated completion date in Est. construction starting Q3 2007.