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The 57,000-pound Knight Ridder sign, a landmark atop one of downtown San Jose's nicest buildings, is going away...Knight Ridder, the one-time parent of the Mercury News, disappeared seven years ago. The new management wants to rebrand the building as
Ever since community leaders flipped the switch on overhead decorative lights in downtown San Pedro last summer, efforts have been under way to expand the look. On Wednesday, the downtown-waterfront business improvement district agreed to extend the
Ernst & Young building in downtown San Jose selling for $40M 303 Almaden Blvd...Boston Properties has struck a deal to sell 303 Almaden Blvd., commonly known as downtown San Jose's Ernst & Young building, for $40 million, or $253 a square foot.
RetailNext lands $15M, expanding in downtown San Jose RetailNext, a Big Data startup led by CEO Alexei Agrachev, raised $15 million in new funding and is expanding to a new location in downtown San Jose. Big Data startup RetailNext has raised another
San Jose's newest high-rise Barry Swenson Builder is the design-build contractor on Centerra, being developed by Simeon Residential Properties A few years ago, you couldn't pay developers enough to pull the trigger on downtown San Jose residential
Rising on the southwest corner of Market and Santa Clara streets, the same intersection that San Jose's famed light tower straddled more than a century ago, the shimmering, glass-walled apartment tower will have a huge impact on the visual landscape
The home goods and clothing store is located on South First Street next to the Fairmont Hotel in the Fairmont Annex building...Tuesday, the doors officially opened at the new downtown San Jose outpost of Japanese retailer Muji. Some of the global
New hotel projects are trickling back into San Franciscos relatively stagnant hotel market. On Thursday, San Franciscos Planning Commission unanimously approved the citys newest proposed hotel project on 250 4th Street in SoMa. The 220-room hotel,
San Jose's minimum wage officially rose to $10 an hour Monday and business people who once opposed it now see it as a way to boost worker productivity and profits, a business leader said. "It's the classic making lemonade out of lemons," said Scott
Silicon Valleys employers have a new hiring tool in their backyard Year Up. The nonprofit runs a unique 11-month program that helps pipeline young adults into the work force. Its a blend of classroom learning and hands-on training through internships.