Downtown San Jose office campus OK’d along Guadalupe River despite environmental concerns

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates Building exterior near downtown San Jose’s Guadalupe River of an office complex proposed by Boston Properties, concept. A major real estate company is eyeing development of a mega office campus in downtown San Jose, near the banks of the Guadalupe River, a project that could accommodate several thousand workers. Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Despite concerns raised by environmentalists, a paved parking lot along the banks of the Guadalupe River in downtown San Jose will be supplanted with a modern new office campus where nearly 10,000 people could work.

The Almaden Office Project, approved unanimously Tuesday evening by the San

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