SAN JOSE — A new hotel has been proposed for downtown San Jose’ s bustling SoFA district, the latest indicator that a widening group of investors want to launch projects in the city’s urban core. The hotel, planned for the corner of South Second and East Reed streets in San Jose, would rise seven stories and contain 109 rooms, according to documents on file with city planners.
SAN JOSE — A first-of-its-kind hotel and housing development for San Jose — near downtown San Jose’s Diridon train station and a future Google transit village — has landed two Marriott brands, a project consultant said Tuesday.
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Architectural Dimensions is leading the team to move the 130 year old building in 4 major parts along a ½ mile path of travel, to be placed on a new foundation on a new site that mimics the topography and surrounds of the existing site.
The new Marriott Courtyard is now open in Redwood City conveniently located off Highway 101. The building, raised above 2 parking levels, gives all 177 guest rooms great views in all directions. A great hotel for meetings and get-togethers, is surrounded by walking and bike trails with internal fitness center, pool, bar and numerous private seating areas.
A triangular design solution on a very difficult 1-acre site. This dual brand hotel of 222 rooms with underground parking will occupy a historically industrial site in Oakland on the border of Emeryville and the 880 / 80 freeway maze. A great land use for a site that has great freeway access and downtown Oakland. Learn More
Architectural Dimensions was recently featured in the San Francisco Business Times as well as Bizbash for its involvement in the design-build construction of the Virgin Hotel conveniently located in the Soma (South of Market) district of beautiful San Francisco. The Virgin Hotel will consist of twelve stories, 78,000 ft2 and 196 rooms total, contrasting from what was once a two-story, over the basement office building. 4,265 ft2 of the ground floor will be home to a restaurant, bar, and retail shops while 1,600 ft2 will be dedicated to a roof top bar providing views of the stunning cityscape that downtown San Francisco has to offer. The façade is primarily made of glass with Kynar finished metal panels, stone, and cement plaster elements coinciding with the Virgin Hotels brand image. Vertical details and cantilevered ceilings give the building prominence and depth. The tall ground floor will create an inviting lobby and retail/restaurant bar space and will enhance the public area with a translucent glass canopy partially extending over the Fourth and Clementina Streets. 2018 Preview: 10 Most Anticipated San Francisco Venues for Meetings and Events Written By: Adele Chapin Originally Seen on BIZBASH The hotels, conference spaces, restaurants, cultural spaces, slated to open in [...]