Coleman Avenue in San José is uniquely situated near the downtown core, the airport, and Guadalupe River Park and Gardens, making it a central corridor and gateway for the city. As a home to a large concentration of retail and commercial businesses and one of the few remaining areas with industrial use, the area has immense potential for redevelopment and growth. With this in mind, SPUR has engaged with James Lima Planning + Development (JLP+D) and San José State University’s graduate urban planning studio to jointly produce a community-informed vision with implementable projects for this area that capitalize on many opportunities to thoughtfully guide planning and development, while improving access, connectivity, and equity in an area that has already welcomed major development projects like the Coleman Highline and Platform 16. Come learn more about key findings of this project, and contribute during a workshop exercise as we look ahead to the future.

  • Olivia Dobbs / JLP+D
  • Jaida Nabayan / JLP+D
  • Fransini Alberto-Vasquez / JLP+D
  • Joe Salvato / Guadalupe River Park Conservancy
  • Gillian Naegele / Guadalupe River Park Conservancy
  • Erika Pinto / SPUR

Co-presented the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy.

March 29th
12:00PM - 1:30PM
Online Event