CAA’s Outlook 2014: More housing slated for San Jose’s downtown

We attended this event it was very insightful and it is proof that being a member of CAA can be very educating!
Thousands of housing units are coming to San Jose’s downtown, and a major tech firm has big plans for the area, too, a city councilman said at the California Apartment Association’s Outlook 2014.

Posted on February 10, 2014 by Michael Nemeth

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From left, Sam Liccardo, a San Jose city councilman, and Roseanne Foust, vice mayor of Redwood City, take part in a panel discussion at the California Apartment Association’s Outlook 2014 event on Feb. 6. At right is Joshua Howard, senior vice president of local government affairs, who moderated the discussion.

“By this time next year, we’re going to have about 2,500 housing units under construction in the downtown core alone,” San Jose City Councilman Sam Liccardo said, according to The Registry, Bay Area Real Estate.

On Thursday, Feb. 6, The Registry covered CAA’s economic summit for Silicon Valley’s rental housing industry.

“We’re soon going to be able to announce a major tech company filling about 2 million square feet just north of downtown,” Liccardo added, according to The Registry.

Other speakers included Roseanne Foust, vice mayor of Redwood City; and Larry Stone, Santa Clara County’s assessor. Moreover, offering a 2014 legislative outlook were Tom Bannon, CEO of the California Apartment Association, and Debra Carlton, senior vice president of public affairs for the association.

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