Some cities such as Los Gatos are identified by a walkable downtown; a destination with boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, specialty stores and more with avenues bustling with foot traffic and charm. Cupertino is identified by its lack of such quaintness.
All that may change with , and those who have an opinion on the matter have a chance to speak out Tuesday at a public hearing that starts at 6:45 p.m. at Cupertino Community Hall.
The roughly 18-acre parcel where the mixed-use project is planned to go is projected to have between 131,200 and 138,700 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 260,000 square feet of office space, and 143 senior age-restricted apartments.
Development plans include a 180-room hotel, a 0.75-acre park and a 0.80-acre town square that is envisioned to host city events.