A 2nd Whole Foods is opening in San Jose on December 10th. The 35,000 sq foot store “will be home to the first in-store microbrewery and taproom for Whole Foods Market in California.” Whole Foods is also pursuing LEED certification for the store to be located at The Alameda and Stockton near the SAP Center in downtown San Jose. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1CSPwGb
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A majority of homeowners say that having their child attend their school of choice is an important determining factor in purchasing their next home.
Sure, Silicon Valley housing costs surge during strong cycles for the region’s dominant tech industry. But average rents of $2,500 per month? That’s a roughly $390 per month hike in two years.
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About $1.3 billion later, the San Francisco 49ers are wrapping up construction of the 1.85 million-square-foot Levi’s Stadium, complete with a 27,000 square-foot roof garden, 200-foot video boards and plenty of other fan perks.
Thinking of going green by installing solar panels on your home? Solar panels have been found to add value to your home but it can depend upon whether you buy or lease the panels. Some buyers may be put off by having to assume the solar panel leasing contract which could detract from the value of your home.
Dorian Bishopp blames the solar panels on his roof for costing him almost 10 percent off the value of the home he sold in March.
This week is “Dine Downtown” restaurant week where you can dine at some of San Jose’s downtown restaurants and sample “three-course, specially priced prix fixe dinners at great savings”. Sysco, who is sponsoring the event, will donate $1 to Loaves and Fishes Family Kitchen for each prix fixe dinner sold. Click on the link to see the participating restaurants and to find out more information.
But if you have a normal house in a normal neighborhood, there could very well be things you take for granted which a first-time or relocating buyer might be magnetically drawn to if you mention it in the listing.
The Diridon Station Area Plan is officially a go. The San Jose City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the new land-use guide for the 250-acre area centered on Diridon Station, the city’s biggest transit hub