Welcome to the Stevens Creek Promenade Mixed-Use Signature Project web site. Our goal is to provide information to the community about the proposal and our applications to the City of San Jose, and to provide a means for people to engage with us.
The Stevens Creek Promenade site is approximately 10 acres at 4300-4400 Stevens Creek Boulevard, San Jose. Currently the land is occupied by Stevens Creek Executive Park, bisected by Lopina Way.
The property owner and developer, Fortbay, whose principals have deep roots in Silicon Valley, has created a visionary Urban Village Mixed-Use Signature Project as defined in San Jose’s Envision 2040 General Plan and the recently adopted Stevens Creek Urban Village Plan. To read about exactly how this project complies with the General Plan and the Stevens Creek Urban Village Plan, click here.
Stevens Creek Promenade meets all of the requirements and objectives of a Mixed-Use Signature Project including:
- Higher density job growth capacity.
- Higher density housing.
- Located in a visible, prominent area of the urban village and will serve as a catalyst for future investment in the Urban Village Planning Area.
- Includes a large privately maintained publicly accessible promenade, and bicycle/pedestrian friendly design.
- Exciting architectural, landscape and site design features.
- Significant public outreach.
Stevens Creek Promenade is a pioneering catalyst project on Stevens Creek Boulevard, providing jobs, housing (both market rate and affordable), shopping, and engaging public open spaces. This project is one of the initial steps in development of the Stevens Creek Urban Village that implements the City of San Jose’s vision for multimodal transportation infrastructure in the corridor such as VTA’s Rapid 523 bus project on Stevens Creek, dedicated bike lanes, enhanced pedestrian connectivity, and improving the efficiency of the boulevard to facilitate movement of people and vehicles.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has called for accelerating housing construction at all income levels. By providing affordable housing within the project, Stevens Creek Promenade will be the first proposed project providing both jobs and a housing for a range of incomes to implement the City’s strategy for balanced growth.
The San Jose Mercury News used an image of this project in a recent editorial on the importance of the urban villages to the Climate Smart San Jose plan.
Please check back periodically for updates and Contact Us if you have questions.