Aerial view of the towers. All images courtesy of the Bayview Development Group.
A development team including architects Steinberg Hart has completed the first of two mixed-use residential towers in San Jose, California. This is part of a 630-unit development called MIRO that will be considered the tallest building in the city.
Designed for Bayview Development Group and built by Suffolk Construction, the two-tower building includes 50,000 square feet of furnishings, 15,000 square feet of retail space and 10,000 square feet of office space.
View of the towers under construction.
The development comprises 16 penthouse units as well as a mixture of one, two and three-room apartments. A statement announcing the project said: “Residents are greeted at home by a street-level lobby that anchors the towers to the ground. The residences have been designed to have flexible spaces to accommodate adaptable environments that every resident can adapt to their lifestyle. “
For the project, contractor Suffolk Construction used plan-and-control construction to “increase productivity throughout the construction process,” it said in a statement.
Images of the towers highlight blue-glazed, rectangular towers arranged perpendicular to each other on a three-story retail and parking platform.
The project is expected to be completed in 2021.
Video courtesy of Suffolk Construction.