Pan-Cal eyes 210 homes in place of San Jose retail center

Pan-Cal Showcase Homes aims to replace a shopping center in San Jose with 210 homes.

The San Jose-based developer, a unit of Pan-Cal, has filed plans to replace the North Valley Plaza at 1670-1696 Berryessa Road, the San Jose Mercury News reported. 

Preliminary plans call for 210 homes between Berryessa Station Way and Lundy Avenue, northeast of Downtown.

The filing suggests the developer would employ SB 330, a state law meant to streamline housing approvals.

The project is near the Berryessa BART station, the transit agency’s one stop in the South Bay city. Developers have proposed several housing projects on multiple sites nearby.

North Valley Plaza shopping center is owned by an affiliate whose mailing address is the same location as Pan-Cal, founded in 1978 as a developer of custom homes in the Bay Area, according to its website.

The company describes itself as “a full-service real estate organization with expertise in homebuilding, site development, commercial and multi-family asset management, and leasing.” 

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