P0sted July 8, 2014 by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
By Nathan Donato-Weinstein
San Jose State University is starting construction on a large student housing project that will add 850 beds to the burgeoning campus’s capacity.
The project is the $126 million Campus Village Phase 2, to be built across from the existing Campus Village Phase 1 complex.
That project, completed in 2005, added 2,279 beds among three mid- and high-rise buildings, the tallest stretching 15 stories. It was called a major step toward turning San Jose State from a commuter school to more of an urban university.