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Silicon Valley International Center, San Jose, California, United States

Part of the revitalization of North San Jose, this high-end mixed-use area is worthy of Silicon Valley’s international reputation. Minutes from the San Jose Airport, the Silicon Valley International Center has immediate connections to the world and offers a conference center, hotels, offices, condominiums, retail space, and recreational facilities. This complex design reinvigorates the entire surrounding area.
This plan outlines a unique and visionary redevelopment, which combines a mixed-use retail power center with office and housing components, anchored by an international level hotel and surrounded by five acres of natural park. The office development would fill a maximum of 600,000 square feet, and of the 2,000 total housing units incorporated into the design, 400 units would be designated as affordable housing. The retail component would fill a maximum of 500,000 square feet and would incorporate a supermarket, fitness center, and additional smaller shops surrounding the park.




Project Name: Silicon Valley International Center, Design Concept

Location: San Jose, Santa Clara County, California

San Jose, Silicon Valley International Center, Zoning Map

San Jose, Silicon Valley International Center, Volumetric Studies

Site Area(s): 16.5 acres / 6.5 hectares (ha.)

San Jose, Silicon Valley International Center, Proposed Master Plan
Silicon Valley International Center, Proposed Site Design
San Jose, Silicon Valley International Center, Proposed Tower Designs

Building Area(s):

  • Hotel: 1,200 rooms, plus convention facilities
  • Retail: 500,000 square feet (sq ft.) / 46452 m2
  • Parking: +/- 5,000 spaces
San Jose, Silicon Valley International Center, Module Concepts

Silicon Valley International Center, Proposed Parking & Retail