On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

 On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

 On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

 On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

 On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

 On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

 On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.  SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.  Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.     Client:  Google, Lendlease   Design Collaborators:  West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP

On 80 acres next to San José’s Diridon Station — slated to become the largest multi-modal transit hub on the west coast — Google is pursuing a dense, transit-oriented extension of downtown — not an office park.

SITELAB led the framework planning effort with the support of an international design team, that focused on creating a place that is authentically rooted in San José. Through on-going engagement efforts with the city and surrounding community, the project boasts a mixed-use core that aims to be a public gateway to San José, elevates the existing cultural character and arts partnerships, and enhances local and regional connectivity. Located at the confluence of the Los Gatos Creek, Guadalupe River, and Diridon Station the framework plan completes ecological and mobility connections between people and nature in Downtown San José, surrounding neighborhoods, and along regional trails.

Throughout 2019 and 2020, San José Downtown West Mixed-Use Plan will pursue City Council approvals parallel to the City of San Jose’s update to the 2014 Diridon Station Area Plan transforming the west side of Downtown.

Client: Google, Lendlease

Design Collaborators: West 8, Heatherwick Studio, Prior + Partners, Sherwood Design Engineers, H.T. Harvey, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Nelson Nygaard, ARUP