As Silicon Valley continues to deal with issues of housing, transportation and a sense of connectedness, Santa Clara Square has brought the concept of “live, work, play” to a whole new scale.
Strolling through the sidewalks and streets that tie the project’s campus together, it feels like an entire community. Getting up out of bed, walking to and from work, and making dinner plans after is an all-encompassing experience on the multi-use campus.
That’s exactly the point. The 80-acre project is a colossal example of just how far developers can go to accommodate the ever-fluid hours and locations of working lives in the Bay Area.
See the full feature in Silicon Valley Business Journal.