The 0.20-acre project site is currently developed with a private surface parking lot. The project proposes to develop an approximately 272-room hotel. The 19-story building would reach a maximum height of 225 feet. A restaurant and bar are proposed on both the ground floor and the 19th floor. The hotel building would have one basement level for utilities and maintenance related services. No parking is currently proposed on-site. The project would provide parking for hotel patrons at an off-site City garage via a valet service and a parking agreement with the City of San Jose of up to approximately 30 years. The project would have a total of five valet parking (two on Almaden Blvd and three on Santa Clara Street).
City of San Jose Dept. of Planning, Building and Code Enf.
Planned Unit Development, Site Plan, Site Dev Permit
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