First mixed-use development in Silicon Valley suburb
As the housing inventory in Silicon Valley remains ultra-low and prices astronomically high, multifamily developers are betting on new amenity-rich live/work/play centers. Sares Regis Group of Northern California is one of the developers behind the successful new CityLine Sunnyvale neighborhood located just north of San Jose. The 36-acre mixed-use development includes offices, shops, restaurants, apartment homes, and ample green space. CityLine Sunnyvale is the first mixed-use development in Silicon Valley with a pending Fitwel® Community Certification. Phase I has been an overwhelming success, with market rate and affordable housing and notable anchors like an AMC Dine-In theatre and Whole Foods Market. Sares Regis asked PRISM to produce renderings for their newest addition to the development, Flats West. The new 5-story apartment community will offer a true indoor-outdoor living experience just steps away from historic Murphy Avenue, a Caltrain station, and vibrant Downtown Sunnyvale. Opening is expected in summer 2021. Flats West boasts a walkable, bikeable, and vibrant downtown neighborhood with access to everything residents want and need. This high-end living provides an attractive alternative to single-family homes; Zillow reports the typical home value in Sunnyvale is $1.78 million! Flats West floorplans are thoughtfully designed with a contemporary layout in studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom options. Each unit boasts features such as keyless entry, smart touch features, oversized balconies, breathtaking westward mountain views and more, making them the ideal place to live and work. Amenities are shared across the adjacent community at The Flats complex, giving residents access to a wide range of options from fitness, entertainment, business, and recreation for families and pets.