Mayor in Calif. wants to expedite permits for $1B worth of projects

The mayor of San Jose, Calif., plans to issue new construction permits worth an estimated $1 billion in the next six months to spur job creation and create revenue for the city.

December 04, 2012 |

The mayor of San Jose, Calif., plans to issue new construction permits worth an estimated $1 billion in the next six months to spur job creation and create revenue for the city. A newly formed team will expedite the permitting process for retail projects larger than 200,000 sf, as well as office and residential high-rise projects and campus buildings. Another $1 billion worth of projects is already in the pipeline.

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