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SAN FRANCISCO (March 8, 2017) — Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced today its first property in San Jose, California at Museum Place, a mixed-use development by Insight Realty Company that will also expand the Tech Museum of Innovation, slated to open in 2021. Museum Place will include a four star 173-room Kimpton hotel, three-hundred residential units, retail, restaurants...
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by Jacob Bourne The Registry A 2.35-acre site at 180 Park Avenue in San Jose is situated right next to the Tech Museum of Innovation and has a proposal for a 1.16 million square foot mixed-used high-rise project. Last year, the City issued a Request for Proposals for a preferred developer as the project is...
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by Nathan Donato-Weinstein Silicon Valley Business Journal The developers behind Museum Place — downtown San Jose’s most ambitious mixed-use tower — have submitted their first formal plans to the city, showing a revised design and a larger residential and hotel component. “We basically super-sized everything,” said Dennis Randall, managing director for Insight Realty, which is spearheading...
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The Registry: Bay Area Real Estate New York-based Synapse Development Group, a real estate investment and development firm, along with with its joint venture partner, the Kuwait real estate company AQARAT, acquired the nearly 43,000 square foot 944 Market Street property for $33,050,000, or roughly $768 per square foot, in an off-market transaction, according to...
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by Ben van der Meer Sacramento Business Journal A real estate investment firm from San Jose has made its first entry into the Sacramento market by buying a five-story office building in Point West. Insight Realty Co. closed escrow last week on the 155,000-square-foot building at 2180 Harvard St. Dennis Randall, a partner with Insight, said...
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by Nathan Donato-Weinstein Silicon Valley Business Journal Drive down Park Avenue in downtown San Jose, and you might miss Parkside Hall if you so much as blink. But the aging exhibit space for The Tech museum could be transformed into a sleek mixed-use tower if all goes well between the city and a Chinese-backed real estate...
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