Demolition begins at proposed site of downtown San Jose green tower

(George Avalos/Bay Area News Group) Construction equipment and debris mark the early stages of the demolition of Parkside Hall at 180 Park Ave. in downtown San Jose, the site of a new office tower.

SAN JOSE — Demolition is underway at the site of an old downtown San Jose building where a green office tower could sprout and enable people to work in a garden.

Construction equipment and debris from the start of the demolition of the old Parkside Hall complex were visible this week on the site of an office tower that will feature a “green lung” and a series of gardens.

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