Figuring Out a Strategy to Retrofit Suburbia in San José

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Of the four cities that are involved in the Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership’s 2017 fellowship program, the capital of Silicon Valley is the most populous of the bunch. So it might not be surprising that the team from San José may be dealing with a more complex set of land-use challenges of the group.

In many ways, the challenge in North San José is one of creative placemaking and figuring out options for making this suburban landscape more than just a work destination—it’s about drawing those tech workers out of those office buildings to utilize community amenities and shop in local businesses and hopefully, get them to live close enough to where they don’t need to drive… the full article.

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